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SHINee, B2ST, CN Blue, SNSD Members and More to Host Golden Disk Awards

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2014.01.15 10:06 Newsen Park Ah Reum Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

The six MCs for the upcoming 28th Golden Disk Awards have been confirmed.

According to JTBC, the first part of 28th Golden Disk Awards will be hosted by SHINee’s Minho, B2ST’s Yoon Du Jun and CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa. Then Oh Sang Jin, Girl’s Generation (SNSD)’s Taeyeon and Tiffany will take the baton and host the second half of the award ceremony.

The hosting skills of the six MCs have already been proven through various shows in the past.

Jung Yong Hwa was the MC of 27th Golden Disk Awards which took place last January 15, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Minho has been hosting MBC’s Music Core since last April, while Yoon Du Jun has the experience of hosting JTBC’s Music On Top for four months in 2011.

SHINee, B2ST, CN Blue, SNSD Members and More to Host Golden Disk Awards

Oh Sang Jin became an official MBC announcer in 2006, and since been nicknamed ‘post-Kim Sung Joo’ for his smooth hosting skills, and was the MC of Mnet’s Dancing 9.

SNSD’s Taeyeon and Tifany both have the experience of being the MCs for MBC’s Music Core. Tiffany hosted the show for about three years, while Taeyeon hosted 2010 Korea PD Awards and appeared as DJ for MBC FM4U’s radio show for two years.

Meanwhile, 28th Golden Disk Awards will take place on January 16 in Kyunghee University’s Peace Hall, and will be giving out awards for artists and their music based on data collected on the sales of albums and music files.

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