Angeline, Enchong headaline ‘MOR Global Pop Icon in Korea’

posted September 04, 2018 at 06:05 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
ABS-CBN stars Angeline Quinto and Enchong Dee will join the fun in South Korea as they headline the TFC Hour at the upcoming MOR Global Pop Icon in Korea event, happening on Sept. 30 at the Dong Sung High School Auditorium in Hyehwa-dong, in Seoul, South Korea.

Angeline, Enchong headaline ‘MOR Global Pop Icon in Korea’
Enchong Dee and Angeline Quinto will join auditionees in Korea as the international leg of MOR Global Pop Icon continues.
The two Kapamilya stars will bring happy vibes at the global singing competition with Angeline’s all-time favorite hits and Enchong’s smooth dance moves. Also bringing color to the event are MOR 101.9 DJs Jhai Ho and Eva Ronda, who will be hosting the whole event. 

The last round of on-ground audition was held on Sept. 2 at the Hyehwadong Church in Seoul, South Korea. After the auditions, the public could vote who among the finalists will be hailed the “TFC People’s Choice” awardee. The voting will start on Sept. 9 and will last until Sept. 23. For details on how to vote, visit facebook.com/TFCKoreaOfficial.

 The contestant who will be hailed MOR Global Pop Icon in Korea will fly to Manila for the MOR Global Pop Icon grand finals.

For the event on Sept. 30, gates open at 12:00 noon, with the TFC Hour happening at 4:00 p.m. For tickets, contact Roger Amboy at +821067201972.

For more details about the competition, visit and like facebook.com/TFCKoreaOfficial. Connect with fellow global Kapamilyas and follow @KapamilyaTFC and KapamilyaGlobalPR on Twitter and Instagram.

Topics: ABS-CBN , Angeline Quinto , Enchong Dee , TFC Hour , MOR Global Pop Icon
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