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Super Junior′s Leeteuk, EXID′s Hani and Hong Jong Hyun to Host ′Asia Song Festival′

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2015.09.11 11:35 Newsen Yoon Hyo Jung

Super Junior′s Leeteuk, EXID′s Hani and actor Hong Jong Hyun will host the 2015 Asia Song Festival.

A rep from the Asia Song Festival organizing committee stated on September 11, "Leeteuk , Hani and Hong Jong Hyun have been selected to host the upcoming 2015 Asia Song Festival, which will be held at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium on October 11 at 7 p.m. KST."

Super Junior′s Leeteuk, EXID′s Hani and Hong Jong Hyun to Host ′Asia Song Festival′

The Asia Song Festival, which aims to promote cultural exchange and enhance relations between countries through the motto ′Asia Is One,′ will feature appearances by K-Pop stars EXO, BTS, B1A4, GOT7 and Red Velevet as well as top artists from Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Philippines and more.

A source associated with the event stated, "The combination of the three MCs, from Leeteuk, who has extensive experience hosting major events, and Hani, who is one of the hottest figures of today, to Hong Jong Hyun, who is receiving love as a hallyu star in Korea and China, is heightening anticipation. We will make sure that this year′s Asia Song Festival goes beyond hallyu to become Asia′s music festival."

Meanwhile, Asia Song Festival Busan Organizing Committee, Busan Metropolitan City and Korea Music Content Industry Association are hosting the event, while the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is this year′s sponsor and KBS is broadcasting the event.

Advance sales will open on Hana Free and Ticketlink from September 17 at 8 p.m. KST to September 18 11:59 p.m. KST and from September 21 at 8 p.m. KST to September 22 11:59 p.m. KST.

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