Monday, March 29, 2010

Jang Woo-hyuk awarded most influential Asian performer in China

Korean singer Jang Woo-hyuk awarded the most influential Asian performer 

Korean singer Jang Woo-hyuk was named the most influential Asian performer at the China Music Award and Asia Influential Awards (CMA) on Sunday, according to a press release by his agency.

Jang received the distinguished award at the CMA, which took place at the International Tennis Center located in China's Sichuan region.

The ceremony, co-sponsored by the Chengdu Foreign Cultural Exchange Association and mass media group Channel V, was broadcast throughout China and aired in 53 countries.

The Korean pop singer also performed at the event, which was attended by numerous international celebrities including Chinese movie stars Jet Li, Jay Chou, Donnie Yen, singer A-Mei, Korean actors Lee Byung-hun and Kim Tae-hee.

Jang, 32, made his debut in 1996 as a member of the now-disbanded idol group H.O.T and embarked on his solo career in 2005. He visited China several times for his musical activities in the country after he completed Korea's mandatory two-year military service.

He recently made headlines when pictures of him and Hong Kong actress Karen Mok surfaced on the Internet from the shoot for his music drama.

Jang Woo-hyuk performs at the China Music Award and Asia Influential Awards

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@asiae
Editor : Lynn Kim lynn2878@asiae

Source: Asiae
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