YouTube Music Day to go live in Korea
The video company will live stream a concert showcasing local talent with established K-Pop artists
by Jaime Mendoza
Date Published: 03/16/2010
Just like last year's live streamed U2 concert, YouTube is hoping to hit the same 10 million stream mark in Korea with their own online musical event. The Korea Times is reporting that the video company will be live-streaming a "YouTube Music Day" concert that will showcase local music acts to the entire world. Hosted by drummer and composer Namgung Yeon, K-Pop acts 2AM, Clazziquai, Epik High, and Lessang are also scheduled to perform. The first of its kind in Korea, The Korea Times notes the concert will be held at the Seoul Melon AX-Hall on March 20th. For more information, go to the concert's YouTube page.