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Se7en Wins ‘Best Overseas Performer’ in China

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2012.04.15 05:00 Mwave Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

Singer Se7en reached yet another milestone after winning the ‘Best Overseas Performer’ award in China.

On April 14, a rep from YG Entertainment revealed, “Se7en attended the China Music Award and Asian Influential Awards in Macao, China on April 13 and won the ‘Best Overseas Performer’ award.”

Se7en Wins ‘Best Overseas Performer’ in China

The 16th China Music Award and Asian Influential Awards started in 1994 and is China’s biggest award ceremony. The award ceremony honors the representative stars of Asia and brings together 100 celebrities from the various countries in Asia. Moreover, its past guests included big name stars such as Lee Byung Hun, Kim Tae Hee and Jang Woo Hyuk.

The award ceremony was held at the Cotai Arena in the Venetian Hotel in Macao and the guest list also included Taiwan’s top star Jay Chou - who became known in Korea through his film Secret - as well as Taiwan’s F4 member Van Ness Wu, China’s representative entertainer Karen Mok and Japanese singer Kuraki Mai.

Se7en, who was invited as the Korean representative, said, “I’m very grateful to be the recipient of such a great award. In the future, I would like to meet with my Chinese fans more often. Please look forward to it.”

Afterwards, Se7en excited the crowd at the Cotai Arena with his performance of Better Together and Digital Bounce from his mini-album.

Se7en had an interview with a Chinese media outlet immediately after the award ceremony. That same day, his passionate performance and interview were broadcast live on China’s Channel V and will also air in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Meanwhile, Se7en will release his new Japanese album Love Again on April 25 and will hold a commemorative album release showcase in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya and Osaka in May.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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