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SM Entertainment to Launch 2015 Global Audition in 9 Countries

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2014.12.17 16:10 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

SM Entertainment, which has discovered and produced numerous stars, including BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls’ Generation (SNSD), SHINee, f(x), EXO, Red Velvet, Go Ara, Lee Yeon Hee and more, will be launching a 2015 grand-scale global audition.

Starting on January 9, 2015, 2015 S.M. Global Audition will be held for about five months in 28 cities around nine countries, including Korea, Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, China, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and Canada.

As a grand-scaled audition, 2015 S.M. Global Audition will be launching an audition in Russia and Mongolia for the first time in Korea, becoming a gateway for future stars with various nationalities, across Europe, America and Asia.

Super Junior-M’s Henry, f(x)’s Amber, Red Velvet’s Joy and Wendy were discovered through S.M. Global Audition and are promoting actively.

SM Entertainment to Launch 2015 Global Audition in 9 Countries

The Korean audition will be launched in five cities, including Seoul, Jeonju, Daegu, Gwangju and Busan, and the Seoul audition will take place over two days on January 9 and 11 at COEX Artium in Samsung-dong.

The five categories of the 2015 S.M. Global Audition will include singing, dancing, acting, modeling (fashion/commercial) and songwriting. Anyone can participate across all nationalities, gender and age and those selected from the audition will receive the opportunity to sign a contract with SM.

Those who wish to participate in the audition can send applications in through SM Town’s official website, email and ‘everysing’ application and more details on the audition, including dates and locations, will be available on SM Town’s official website.

Photo credit: SM Entertainment

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