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Korean pop stars to perform at 2011 Hallyu Dream Concert

2011/09/07 | 591 views | Permalink | Source

Some of the biggest names in the K-pop scene will come together for the upcoming 2011 Hallyu Dream Concert next month, according to the official website of the concert on Wednesday.

Korean idols Girls' Generation, 2PM, TVXQ, SHINee, miss A, GD&T.O.P, Se7en, BEAST, 4minute, G.NA, Secret, ZE:A - Children of Empire, Kim Gun-mo, Davichi, IU, MBLAQ, SISTAR and INFINITE will perform at the Gyeongju Citizen Stadium in the North Gyeongsang Province on October 3 as part of the three-day Hallyu Dream Festival.

2011 Hallyu Dream Concert, into its third year, will also feature the K-POP Cover Dance finalist contest and top Korean actor Ryu Si-won's fan meeting.

The concert will be organized by the Visit Korea Committee and the cities of Gyeongsangbuk-Do and Gyeong Ju and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST), Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), Korea Tourism Association (KTA) and Gyeongsangbuk-Do Tourism Association (GOGBTA).

Tickets for the Hallyu Dream Concert are available online on online shopping site Gmarket (www.gmarket.co.kr) and further information about the festival is on the official website (www.hallyudreamfestival.or.kr).

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