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TVXQ #1 in Vietnam

2011/07/25 | 631 views | Permalink | Source

TVXQ doesn't just dominate in Korea and Japan, but Vietnam too!

According to the Korea Culture Business Exchange Organization and the "Best Fan Forever" contest website, TVXQ was the number one group, chosen by 90,898 Vietnam internet voters.

A survey of Vietnam voters was conducted until July 15th revealing some of the hottest Korean and non-Korean stars loved in Vietnam. TVXQ was in good company of fellow Korean acts. Following the duo was Super Junior with 87,845 votes in 2nd place, Big Bang in fourth with 19,399, and 2PM at sixth with 5,032 votes. Girls' Generation provided some estrogen power coming in at seventh with 4,139, JYJ at eight place with 2,967, Wonder Girls with 2,856 at ninth, SHINee with 2,005 at 10th. Out of the top 10, eight acts were Korea just showing how hot k-pop is in the country.

More Korean acts followed. 14th place went to Beast, 2NE1 at 16th, FT Island at 20th, Changmin (TVXQ member) at 23rd, Yunho Yunho (the other TVXQ member) at 27th, Kim Hyun-joong at 28th, T-ara at 29th 2AM at 32nd, pPrk Yoochun at 33rd, Kim Heechul at 35th, Kim Jun-su at 35th, f(x) at 37th, Donghae at 38th, IU at 39th, Kara at 41st, Eun-hyukEunhyuk

Counting other international acts, Justin Bieber was at 19th place, Britney Spears at 30th, Miley Cyrus at 33rd, and Eminem at 34th.

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