One of the biggest K-pop music festivals in the country is ready to showcase seven K-pop artists.
“Mission I: Super Pop Con 2017,” to be held on July 7 at the Mall of Asia Arena, features K-pop boy bands B1A4, VIXX, B.A.P, BTOB, Pentagon and B.I.G and Filipino-American Kriesha Chu, runner-up on the Korean TV audition show “K-pop Star 6.”
“I will be performing for the first time my new songs in Manila,” said Chu in a video message.
Chu debuted as a K-pop singer in May with the release of her single album that contains the tracks “Trouble” and “I Want You.”
B.A.P, B1A4 and BTOB are returning to Manila for the second time this year after performing at the “One K 2017 Global Peace Concert” at MOA Arena last March.
This is Pentagon’s second time in Manila following their visit and performance in the country last December.
The show also has a meaningful mission. It is aimed at spreading awareness about Kirin’s special collaboration with local party PDP Laban as they work together in establishing more drug rehabilitation and renewal centers across the Philippines as part of their efforts to help in the fight against drugs.