K-Pop Expo 2020 presents Stray Kids, Psy, Tsunami and others perform live in Dubai

Eight members of the K-pop band Stray Kids were chosen as ambassadors for the pavilion. The group was founded in 2017 and has released two albums, 2020’s Go Live and 2021’s Noasi, both of which peaked at number one on the Korean music charts. Concert-goers should expect to hear chart toppers like Thunders, God’s Menu and My Pace.

Psycho

Psy’s 2012 smash hit Gangnam Style became the first video to reach one billion views on YouTube and peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2018, he left his agency YG Entertainment after eight years and founded his own company, P Nation. , In December, he announced his return, saying he would release a new album in 2022, his first since 2017’s 4X2=8.

Tsunami

Once a member of the Wonder Girls girl group, Sunami left for studies in 2010. She returned to the music scene as a solo artist in 2013, when her debut EP Full Moon spawned the number two singles 24 Hours and Full Moon. She rejoined Wonder Girls in 2015 but the group disbanded in 2017. He continues as a solo artist.

GI-dle

GI-dle is a girl group founded by Cube Entertainment in 2018 and currently has five members. They are known for being directly involved in the production of their music, something unusual for K-pop girl groups. Her 2020 album Damdi Damdi is the second best selling girl group single album of all time.

Golden baby

The ten-member boy band Golden Child was formed by Woollim Entertainment in 2017. The group released two studio albums, 2019’s Re-Boot and 2021’s Game Changer, which peaked at number two on the Korean charts. Expect to hear songs like Dadara, Ra Palm Palm and Burn It.

Forestella

Forestella is a crossover male quartet group formed through a singing competition called Phantom Singer 2, which was broadcast in 2017. The four members of the group auditioned individually for the show but were put together as a group, eventually naming themselves Forestella. They’re known for inventive reinterpretations of popular songs, combining traditional Korean music with rock and classic singing techniques.

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