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Global Mnet Launches ′Superstar K4′ Official Website

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2012.03.10 08:05 Mwave Esther Oh

CJ E&M (CEO Kim Seong Su) revealed on March 9 that the official website of Superstar K4 (http://global.mnet.com/ssk4) has launched.

Superstar K4, an audition program which took off in 2009 and is planning to begin its fourth season, has produced various stars including Seo In Guk (Season 1), Huh Gak, John Park (Season 2), Ulala Session, Two Months, and Christina (Season 3). Like the third season, it is expected that various talented singers overseas will try out for this year’s audition.

Global Mnet Launches ′Superstar K4′ Official Website

Though the official website for Superstar K4 is in Korean and English, a Japanese version of the site is also planning to be launched as well. Additionally, more cities have been included, making it possible for more people to participate in the audition process.

Regardless of nationality, those between the ages of one and 99 can try out for the show. Participants can try out individually or in a group, and both offline and online auditions (through UCC) will take place. From March 15 to July 4, participants can record themselves singing and upload the clips onto YouTube, then copy and paste the YouTube link onto the Superstar K4 website along with their personal information. Detailed information about the offline audition process will be released later through global.mnet.com. Along with more related news about the show, you can also see how the participants are doing in the preliminary rounds.

Jin Min Jeong, head of the global business department of CJ E&M, states, “For global audition participants and K-pop fans, we will provide services in English and Japanese and quickly update related news about Superstar K4, ultimately establishing this program as the global audition show.”

Global Mnet Launches ′Superstar K4′ Official Website

In 2011, 1,970,000 people auditioned for Superstar K3, the highest number of participants ever in the history of a Korean audition program. The program also ranked number one in viewer ratings, and 1,700,000 text messages were sent during the final show last season.

Photo credit: CJ E&M

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