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DBSK, SNSD, Jang Dong Gun, Kim Ha Neul, Shin Dong Yeop and More Get Together for SMTown Celebrity Party

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2012.10.24 11:50 CJ E&M enewsWorld Stewart Ho

With SM Entertainment rapidly expanding in the entertainment industry the SM family got together on October 23 for the first time for the ‘SMTown Celebrity Party’ and to discuss its future.

In attendance were SM Entertainment’s signed artists such as TVXQ (DBSK), SNSD, SHINee and others as well as the agency’s new members including Jang Dong Gun, Kim Ha Neul, Kang Ho Dong, Shin Dong Yeop and others.

The new and old SM stars introduced and familiarized with each other while SM Entertainment’s head, Lee Soo Man, took to the floor to discuss his vision and plans for the expanding agency’s future.

The following day, with SM Entertainment’s new Twitter account, the agency revealed exclusive pictures from the party.

DBSK, SNSD, Jang Dong Gun, Kim Ha Neul, Shin Dong Yeop and More Get Together for SMTown Celebrity Party

The pictures included DBSK and Super Junior posing with Jang Dong Gun, SNSD surrounding a grinning Shin Dong Yeop and SHINee and Kangta snapping a picture with Kim Ha Neul and Kim Min Jong as well.

DBSK, SNSD, Jang Dong Gun, Kim Ha Neul, Shin Dong Yeop and More Get Together for SMTown Celebrity Party

The SM Town artists will continue with their SM Town Live World Tour III next to Singapore on November 23 and Bangkok on November 25.

Photo Credit: SM Entertainment’s Twitter


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