With BTS and SEVENTEEN also in the country, looks like the U.S. is the place to go for K-pop!
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6 Apr 2017 - 11:36 AM  UPDATED 6 Apr 2017 - 2:30 PM

With BTS having sold out arenas across the U.S. on their recent "WINGS" tour and SEVENTEEN heading over to America to work on their upcoming new album, it seems like the U.S. is the place to go for K-pop these days. And now the latest artist to join the fray is none other than Dean!

In celebration of Los Angeles' Asian Pacific Heritage Month, the singer will headline the second annual Identity LA music festival on May 6, which is a free public concert aimed at highlighting the city's Asian Pacific American history and the community's contributions to Los Angeles' social, cultural, and economic future.

With so much K-pop events happening overseas, perhaps these may find their way to Australia at some point (we hope)!

For those U.S. K-pop fans interested in going to the Identity LA concert, all the details are right here.


 

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