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Singaporean Natasha Low's K-pop star rising

Published on Dec 31, 2012 12:19 PM
At K-pop group Skarf's launch in Seoul, Singaporean Ferlyn Wong (third from left) had the support of her mother and older brother, Madam Rosy Ng and Honsonn Wong, while Natasha Low (fourth from left) had her mother, Ms Lucy Wang (right), by her side. -- PHOTO: DREAMS STATION

The future of Singapore singer Natasha Low of South Korean pop group Skarf looks bright for the year 2013.

She has been picked as a co-host of a Korean entertainment TV show, and, in October last year, scored a deal to endorse a telephone by South Korean company Pantech.

Nineteen-year-old Low will be on a dance programme called Gangnam Feel Dance. The show is slated to air on Jan 11 on major Korean channel MBC.

Surprised by her popularity in South Korea, she says: "MBC is one of the top broadcasting companies in the country, so I'm really excited."

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