United Cube: UK’s First K-pop Showcase Hits London this Monday

United Cube will feature 4Minute, B2ST and G.NA

South Korea’s 4Minute, B2ST, and G.NA of CUBE Entertainment , will be heading to the UK this December for the first ever K-Pop Showcase in the UK. ‘United Cube in London’ will take place at London’s O2 Brixton Academy on Monday 5 December. United Cube tickets will be available from www.livenation.co.uk.

‘United Cube in London’ is a joint production with CUBE Entertainment and Live Nation. This is the first K-Pop showcase in the UK and as a result, is drawing attention from entertainment industry around the world.

The first ‘United Cube Concert’ was held in Seoul in August 2011. The following show at Budokan in Tokyo, Japan, attracted over 10,000 fans and received widespread acclaim amongst critics and fans alike all across Asia.

“K-pop has arrived in the UK. Cube is honoured and proud to present our artists in Europe. It means a lot to all of us,” said Hong Seung Sung, the CEO of CUBE Entertainment. And he added “This will be the chance to light the fire and mark a new phase in K-pop.”

Yoon Du Jun, the leader of B2ST, also said, “We know lots of European fans have been waiting for this show. We are really happy and looking forward to having the show in this great venue where many respectable singers have performed. We will do our best to make it a memorable show.”

Here’s some 4Minute, mostly for your visual pleasure:


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