Monsta X to promote Korea’s cultural heritage

K-pop boy band Monsta X will take part in the “Visit Cultural Heritage Campaign.”


According to the Korea Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) Tuesday, the six-piece act will join the campaign, which aims to rediscover the value of Korea’s cultural heritage ― the prototype of hallyu (the Korean Wave) ― and promote heritage sites.


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In cooperation with Seo Kyung-duk, a famous Korea promoter who teaches at Sungshin Women’s University, the members will launch a joint program ― “Korean Heritage Travelog” ― on YouTube Sept. 29 to show some of the country’s most historic sites and look into the history behind each place.

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“We are so honored to present beautiful cultural heritage in Korea,” Monsta X said. “We hope more people get to know about the beauty of our cultural assets.”

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Monsta X ― comprising Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney and I.M ―debuted in 2015 with the album “Trespass.” The group has since released a string of hits including “Dramarama” (2017).

Source: The Korea Times

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