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NCT Dream, Momoland among acts in ‘Together Again’ digital concert

Together Again, the hotly anticipated musical experience that gathers 26 hot K-Pop artists such as NCT Dream, Oh My Girl, Brave Girls, BTOB, Momoland, ONF, AB6IX, CIX, and more is set to shake up the concert scene via ktx.ph this Saturday, July 17.   

Headlining the show produced by Korea Entertainment Management Association (KEMA) are top boy acts NCT Dream, the third sub-unit of the South Korean boy band NCT, which recently got their 6th No.1 album in South Korea with Hello Future, and BTOB, a veteran boy group known for its single "Missing You." 

Momoland
‘Together Again,’ the hotly anticipated digital music event, gathers 26 k-pop acts including Momoland and NCT Dream (below).

NCT Dream

Also taking the stage is Momoland, whose team-up with Chromance for a new version of "Wrap Me in Plastic" has become another hit. The group will be joined by ONF, one of the rising groups in South Korea that is still basking in the success of its recent single, “Beautiful, Beautiful,” the video for which has garnered 16 million views.   

Fans should also watch out for Brave Girls, who shot to fame after their performance of their hit "Rollin" was uploaded online and went viral; as well as AB6IX, which debuted in 2019 and had recently released their 4th EP entitled, Mo' Complete: Have a Dream. Jumping into the fun is another group on the rise, Oh My Girl.   

With this concert, CIX makes a comeback. This July, the band released its prologue film, Be Ok, a teaser for its first full-length album, Ok.

Ticket is for P499. Visit ktx.ph for more information.

Topics: Together Again , digital concert , K-Pop artists , NCT Dream , Oh My Girl , Brave Girls , BTOB , Momoland , ONF , AB6IX , CIX
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