The Jakarta Post
Lee Teuk, leader of South Korean boyband Super Junior, has announced the group will hold a concert in Indonesia next year. (Super Junior's Vyrl account/File)
Leader of South Korean boy group Super Junior, Lee Teuk, has announced the group will hold a concert in Indonesia next year. He also invited President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo to attend the show.
“I hope President Jokowi will attend the concert,” Lee Teuk said in Indonesian during the Indonesia-Korea Business Summit in Jakarta on Tuesday as reported by Antara news agency.
He also invited all participants of the summit to attend the concert, "I hope everyone can come and have fun together."
The Indonesia-Korea Business Summit was held to promote investment in Indonesia to the South Korean conglomerates. It serves as a follow up event to Jokowi's state visit to South Korea in May 2016.
Around 500 businesspeople from both countries attended the event hosted by the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) and South Korean media Chosunilbo. Lee Teuk, as well as S.M. Entertainment founder Lee Soo-man, were among the participants from South Korea.
During a state visit to South Korea last year, Jokowi revealed that he had attended Super Junior concerts twice to accompany his daughter. According to Antara, this led S.M. Entertainment, home to Super Junior and many more K-pop artists, to include Lee Teuk as member of the summit delegation. (mas/kes)
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