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TikTok to host live K-pop concert series featuring Monsta X, iKon, Zico and more

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The vertical-format concerts are open to viewers in Singapore and around the world.

If you're looking for something fun to watch to wrap up the last few days of the circuit breaker, here's another online K-pop concert you can enjoy at home

TikTok will be organising two online K-pop concerts to raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts. For every live viewer that tunes into the concert, TikTok will be donating USD$0.50, supporting charity efforts for those most affected by the virus.

The first concert, TikTok Stage Live From Seoul, will begin on May 25 at 5PM SGT. This concert's line-up includes AKMU, Apink, CIX, Cravity, iKON, Kang Daniel, KARD, Monsta X and Oh My Girl. 

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TikTok Stage Live From Seoul features a line-up of famous K-pop stars including Monsta X and Kang Daniel. 
PHOTO CREDIT: TIKTOK

Besides K-pop artists, TikTok is also planning a concert for Korean hip-hop artists called TikTok Stage With HIPHOPPLAYA, which will go live on May 27, 7PM SGT.

The hip-hop concert features big names in the K-hip hop industry such as Dean, Jessi, Jay Park, Zico and many more!  

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The line-up for hip-hop concert promises an exciting night of upbeat music. 
PHOTO CREDIT: TIKTOK 

The concerts will be broadcasted on the official TikTok Stage account and will be made available to all TikTok users around the world. 

Set a reminder for these concerts, and celebrate the last days of the circuit breaker with your favourite K-pop artists while aiding COVID-19 relief efforts!

BANNER AND TEASER PHOTO CREDIT: MONSTA X'S TWITTER, JAY PARK'S INSTAGRAM, ZICO'S INSTAGRAM, APINK'S TWITTER

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