One of South Korea's most popular bands will headline a music festival in Hong Kong this weekend.
A member of the so-called 'K-pop' revolution, Girls' Generation will appear at the Asian-Pop Music Festival at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The all-girl nine-member band released their first hit Gee in 2009 and since then have gone from strength to strength, picking up fans in places like China and Japan.
Their latest album I Got A Boy has sold more than 265,000 copies worldwide and has the five-minute video to go alongside it has been watched almost 47 million times on YouTube.
The two-day festival is part of the Entertainment Expo, which showcases the talents of people from across Asia working in television, music, digital entertainment and film. There is also a business forum, singing contest and film screening.
Into its third year, the Asian-Pop Music Festival concert has grown in popularity. Last year scores of fans tailed Korean idol duo TVXQ back to their hotel in rental vans after their performance.
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