Social media is awash with photos of Asian pop stars paying their respects to the late King.
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Thailand Calling

26 Oct 2016 - 6:09 PM  UPDATED 26 Oct 2016 - 6:10 PM

Thai member TEN from new K-Pop group NCT U (former SMROOKIES) of S.M. Entertainment, was spotted back in Thailand paying respects to the late King.

Pop Stars across Asia continue to pay tribute and send messages to the King. 

Japanese rock legend, X Japan member Yoshiki, who has visited Thailand both with his band and for a solo concert, also wrote a tribute to the king.

Siwon from Super Junior, Nichkhun from 2PM and Bambam from GOT7 were all seen at the Royal Thai Embassy in Seoul to pay their respects to the king.

Thailand’s Slot Machine sharing the stage with legends at The Classic Rock Awards, Tokyo

On November 11, Thai band Slot Machine will be sharing the stage with Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Joe Walsh (Eagles), Kirk Hammett (Metallica) and more at the Classic Rock Awards, which is moving from it’s regular home in London and will be held in Tokyo for the first time ever!

Thai Pop Singer and Pianist ToR+’s Appearance in China

Chinese TV show ‘Asian Idol Billboard’ invited ToR+ Saksit to perform on Oct 16 2016.

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