2021 K-Pop World Festival In Changwon next month with 10 finalists
The “K-pop World Festival,” which celebrating its tenth year this year, widely recognised as the world’s largest Hallyu festival. The K-pop fans from all around the world competing with covers of various artists.
On October 15, 2021, Changwon will host the K-Pop World Festival, which will be broadcast live on KBS WORLD TV’s official YouTube page. On November 3 at 10:40 p.m. KST, the show may stream on KBS 2TV as well.
The 2020 K-pop festival has been cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. K-Pop World Festival Changwon 2021 will be organised in a contact-free format to ensure the safety of participants, artists, and others throughout the event. This year’s lineup of performers taking the digital stage via performance movies filmed in some of Korea’s most beautiful places, rather than acting in Changwon as in previous years.
400 teams from over hundred countries competed in this year’s preliminary rounds. With 10 finalists moving on to compete each other in the main event next month.
Performances by Stray Kids, MONSTA X
Beyond the fact that the K-pop festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The event’s performing artist line-up only serves to raise the excitement level even higher. The 2021 K-pop World Festival will feature performances by Aespa, ATEEZ, Oh My Girl, Stray Kids, MONSTA X, The Boyz, CRAVITY, and ONEUS.
On September 11, MONSTA X made a comeback in the music world. Before that, they had only released on One of a Kind, which included the tracks “KISS OR DEATH” and more. A new high-end English single from MONSTA X named ‘ONE DAY,’ which has fans in floods of joy, has arrived.
The album “Savage” by aespa will be released on October 5th. As of September 14, SM Entertainment revealed that aespa will release their debut album, named Savage.
Six tracks included on the mini-album, including the title track, which also known as ‘Savage.'” Pre-orders for the record, which will be released on October 5th, are already open both online and offline.
We can expect mind-blowing performers by this new generation K-pop groups on October 15.