K.Will represents Korea at Japan’s pop festival
Ballad singer K.Will will be visiting Japan over the weekend to represent Korea at the Asia Pop Festival in Japan. The event will be held in the Niigata prefecture, said his agency Starship Entertainment on Wednesday.
Starship mentioned that the festival is set to open this Sunday, on Valentine’s Day and will be featuring top stars from different Asian countries. K.Will was invited to the event because of his increasing fan base in Japan, said concert producers NHK Enterprise as quoted by K.Will’s management.
The Asia Pop Festival, held in commemoration of the earthquake that occurred in Niigata five years ago, is set to bring together artists from different countries that have participated in relief efforts. Japanese singer GACKT and Taiwanese singers Jerry Yan and actor Peter Ho will also be present at the event this year.
K.Will will be performing some of his hit songs such as “Teardrops,” “Miss, miss, miss,” and “Love is Punishment” (taken from “Brilliant Legacy” OST)
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