• 이소연 |2023.09.18 11:28
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Some of the attendees at 2023 Asia Artist Awards IN THE PHILIPPINES are revealed.

Seventeen's Boo Seoksoon, SB19, ONEUS, Kingdom, ATBO, LUN8, and Hori7on will be attending the '2023 Asia Artist Awards IN THE PHILIPPINES' (2023 AAA) and will dazzle fans with their spectacular performances.

The 'Asia Artist Awards,' which was first held in 2016, is the first integrated awards ceremony in Korea that honors both actors and singers. It has attracted worldwide attention as global stars gather for each event, transcending the boundaries of Korea.

This year, seventeen's special unit, Boo Seoksoon (Seungkwan, Dokyeom, Hoshi), received much love this year with their hit song "Fighting Hayaji (Feat. Lee Youngji)." The song topped major domestic music charts and even reached the top of the YouTube Music video chart, showcasing their presence. Boo Seoksoon, who started their activities with "Geochimeopsi" in 2018, is gaining attention as a successful unit within Seventeen.

SB19, a Filipino boy band consisting of Pablo, Stell, Ken, Justin, and Josh, made their debut in 2016 under ShowBT Entertainment. They are known for their original Filipino genre and became the first Southeast Asian group to win on the Billboard charts. Their outstanding musical talent has also placed them in the top 10 of the Billboard Social 50.

ONEUS, known for their unique concept and solid skills, received the Focus Award at the 2020 AAA. They are gearing up for the release of their 10th mini-album "La Dolce Vita" and are set to meet fans worldwide, including Japan, Europe, and the Americas.

Kingdom, who received the Potential Award at the 2022 AAA, made history by topping five Amazon Music charts in the United States as the first 4th-generation idol group. Their unique concept and diverse performances add to their charm.

ATBO, who made their debut last year with "Monochrome (Color)," garnered attention by winning the Best New Artist award at various award ceremonies. They released their 3rd mini-album "The Beginning: 飛上 (The Beginning: Takeoff)" in May, showcasing their growth potential as global rookies.

LUN8, with their eight unique charms, made their debut in June with their 1st mini-album "CONTINUE?," successfully concluding their activities with double title tracks "Wild Heart" and "Voyager." LUN8 captured the hearts of the public with their youthful energy and high-quality performances.

Hori7on, who achieved a successful debut in Korea with their 1st full-length album "Friend-SHIP," is a group formed through a joint audition program between Korea and the Philippines, called "Dream Maker." Hori7on received love from Filipino fans even before their debut, and their performance at the '2023 AAA' in the Philippines is highly anticipated.

The '2023 AAA' is organized by Star News and co-hosted by the Asia Artist Awards Organizing Committee, TONZ Entertainment, and PULP Live World. The event is confirmed to take place on December 14th at the 'Philippine Arena' in the Philippines, with MCs Jang Won-young, Kang Daniel, and Sung Han-bin.

In addition to these artists, other K-pop acts like NewJeans, Le Seraphim, Boy Next Door, ENHYPEN, Zero Base One, Stray Kids, The Boyz, ITZY, Kwon Eun-bi, &TEAM, Kim Jaejoong, DEAN, Lee Youngji, Dreamcatcher, KARD, Ash Island, YAOCHEN, STAYC, Kep1er, TEMPEST, and La Phylurus will also be attending, raising fans' expectations for the event.

Not only that, but the event will also be graced by talented actors such as Kim Sun-ho, Ahn Hyo-seop, Kim Sejeong, Moon Ga-young, Lee Dong-hwi, Lee Jun-hyuk, Cha Ju-young, Lee Eun-sam, Lee Jun-ho, Jung Sung-il, Kim Young-dae, Lee Jun-young, Moon Sang-min, Yu Seon-ho, Ahn Dong-gyu, and Jaechan, promising to make the awards ceremony even more spectacular.

The '2023 Asia Artist Awards IN THE PHILIPPINES' will be held on December 14th at the 'Philippine Arena' in the Philippines, bringing together stars from the worlds of film, drama, and K-pop.

Written by Mun Wan Sik
Translated by Lee So Yun

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