Saturday, November 20, 2010
U-Kiss takes the stage for a concert held in Singapore
Korean idols U-Kiss will be performing at a diplomatic concert in Singapore today. A press release from NH Media announced that the boys were invited by Singapore politician George Yeo to take to the stage of "The Kings of Freedom Concert" held at the Bedok Reservoir Park which will be attended by about 35,000 people. The seven-member boy band will be singing a total of five songs including "Shut Up," "Manmanhani," and "Round and Round" alongside some of the biggest names in Singapore. "The boys will soon visit several other Asian countries including Mongolia in two weeks and hold a concert in Osaka, Japan for their fan club," a PR official from NH told 10Asia over phone. She also added that member Eli, who was recovering from a surgery he underwent on his right arm that he injured while practicing dancing, will resume his group activities. Composed of members Alexander, Ki-bum, Soohyun, Ki-seop, Eli, Kevin and Dongho, U-Kiss (Ubiquitous Korean International Super Star) made their debut with single album "New Generation" in September 2008. They have been promoting their title track "Shut up" from their fourth mini-album "BREAK TIME" since its release early last month.