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1st Manila K-Town Water Concert a huge success

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The 1st Manila K-Town Water Concert was a huge success, attracting a large crowd of music and K-Pop enthusiasts from all over the metro. The event was held on Sunday, April 30, at Remedios Circle in Malate, Manila.

The highlight of the event was the performance of singer Cho Hyun Min, who serenaded the crowd with a mix of classic and modern Korean songs. The audience couldn't help but sing along to the tunes, feeling the emotion and passion that Hyun Min poured into every note.

Aside from Hyun Min's performance, the concert also featured performances from popular P-Pop groups YGIG and PLUUS. The two groups brought the house down with their high-energy performances, leaving the crowd in awe with their impressive dance moves and catchy beats.


The night ended with a bang, as Dream Girls and Psy Burger took the stage, heating up the crowd with their smooth moves and stunning vocals. The audience cheered on, enjoying the shower of water and music, as the concert came to an end.

Prior to the main concert event, a K-Singing contest was held, where aspiring singers had the chance to showcase their talents. Three contestants won cash prizes, while the grand winner was awarded a recording opportunity and a trip to South Korea.

The 1st Manila K-Town Water Concert was a huge success, bringing together music and K-Pop fans for a night of fun and entertainment. The event was made possible by the organizers and sponsors, who worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the concert. The organizers are looking forward to next year's event, promising an even more exciting and memorable experience for everyone.

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