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[KCON 2017] Highlight, Twice, CNBLUE, GFriend and More to Gather at KCON 2017 NY

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2017.06.19 13:00 Mwave Susan Min

This weekend, Highlight, Twice, CNBLUE, GFriend and more will gather at KCON 2017 New York.

KCON is a hallyu festival where visitors can experience Korean culture through k-pop as well as dramas, movies, fashion, beauty and more. KCON was first established in America and was held in New York since 2015.

[KCON 2017] Highlight, Twice, CNBLUE, GFriend and More to Gather at KCON 2017 NY

Top Korean artists have confirmed their appearance at KCON 2017 NY. On June 23, Highlight, GFriend, KNK, SF9, Zion. T will perform while CNBLUE, Twice, NCT127 and UP10TION are set to perform on June 24.

First, Highlight has been receiving the love of fans through tracks Plz Don′t Be Sad and It′s Still Beautiful. Twice is known for their cute and energetic performances and KNK has been capturing the hearts of fans with powerful performances. Additionally, SF9′s popularity has been expanding around the world and Zion. T has been active in both the music scene and through variety programs.

Also, CNBLUE has recently released their 7th mini album and shown how much they′ve grown as a group. Twice has released hit tracks Signal, Knock Knock, TT and more. NCT127 has become a k-pop group known around the world and UP100TION is awaiting their comeback in Korea.

Meanwhile, KCON was first launched in 2012 at Irvine with the hope of establishing an annual flagship event that would improve the American fan celebration and experience of Korean entertainment and culture. In 2016, KCON USA gathered over 118,000 fans in Los Angeles and New York. Since their first event in 2012, they have expanded to Japan, UAE, France and Mexico.


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