Show stealers in Asian fusion discos
Performers from South Korea and Taiwan are stealing the limelight from those who hail from Thailand and China
Published on Apr 24, 2014 2:29 PM
At Asian fusion discotheque Neverland II recently, it looked like the Hallyu, or Korean pop music wave, had swept over to hubba-hubba land.
The show-stealers were a group of six leggy South Korean women, who could easily have passed for a professional K-pop girl group eyeing Girls' Generation's throne.
Never missing a beat, the six cutesy women who go by the name Viva Girls hip-swayed and twirled on stage in unison, singing renditions of popular K-pop numbers with harmonised vocals.
One of them, 25-year-old South Korean Rena Kwon, mesmerised the crowd as she belted out English love ballads by the likes of Alicia Keys and Adele.
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