Korean boy band Super Junior arrive in Vietnam

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Korean boy band Super Junior will arrive in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday to prepare for their live show in Binh Duong Province on May 7 to end their third Asian tour.

 

The performance, expected to attract 7,000-8,000 people, is the last of the band's 16 shows in 13 Asian cities. The Asian tour aims to promote the boys' 4th album "Bonamana".

 

The concert organizer in Vietnam, Viet Vision Ads, said that because of time limitations, there will be no press conference, but before the concert, the band will grant interviews with some local journalists and hold their rehearsal in the province's Go Dau-Becamex stadium.

 

The sound and light system for the performance of more than 30 songs are being brought in from Korea, Malaysia and China.

 

Tickets for the show, from US$65-150, are available at the Lotte Mart supermarket in Saigon South, Ho Chi Minh City.

 

Buses will also leave from this venue in District 7 for the concert, organizers said. Concert ticket prices do include the bus fare.

 

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