Drama 2016 DMC Festival Information

2016 DMC Festival
  • Drama Title: 2016 DMC Festival
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  • Status: Ongoing
  • Genre: Music, Entertainment, Variety show
  • Country: Korean
  • Published Date: 2016
  • Total Episodes: 0
  • Summary: 

    The “2016 DMC Festival” is an annual festival celebrating the best of the Hallyu wave. Sponsored by MBC, the 2nd annual festival was held October 1-11, 2016, at the Sangam Culture Plaza and at MBC headquarters at Sangam-dong, Seoul, South Korea. The 11-day musical festival features awards shows, exhibitions and showcase performances by the hottest K-pop groups and artists. Groups scheduled to perform during the exciting event include Girls’ Generation, EXO, BTS, Apink, EXID, TWICE, CNBLUE, BEAST, BTOB, GOT7, Red Velvet and much more! Don’t miss a minute of the largest Hallyu festival that celebrates the best of the Korean culture and entertainment!

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