UQ's first major K-pop event has arrived!

4.30pm - 10.00pm, Great Court, UQ St Lucia

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Join us at UQ St Lucia to see Brisbane born Korean pop idol Jason Hanbyul Jang, popular K-pop dance group Triple Threat and Brisbane based K-pop dance groups P4pero and DB Dance. Hosted by SBS PopAsia host and DJ Andry Trieu, this FREE event will bring you a jam packed schedule full of Korean pop fun! Take part in pre-show activities including Just Dance activations and K-pop DJ sets; then dive into the world of K-pop with some of Brisbane's leading pop culture dance crews and international stars who will take the stage in four main categories: Super rookies, Best of K-pop 2018, K-pop (re)United and K-vocals. 

Shina Rachel Kwack (broadcaster for SBS Korean, 4EB Dalnara Korean Radio station and secretary for Gold Coast Korean Society) will also co-MC the event with Andy Trieu to assist the Korean speaking community on the night.

This all-ages event is open and free to all UQ students, staff and the wider community.

Please note: event staff and security reserve the right to refuse entry to patrons who are intoxicated or suspected to be under the influence of illegal substances.

Getting to UQ St Lucia: We strongly recommend taking public transport where you can. You can catch the ferry (City Cat) or Bus to UQ. Please visit Translink to map your journey. Alternatively you can hire aTaxi or Uber to UQ.
Map of UQ St Lucia: To help you on the day please download the map of St Lucia campus
Parking at UQ St Lucia: To find out more about paid parking options at St Lucia campus, please visit the UQ parking page

The Headliners

Jason Hanbyul Jang, K-pop Idol
Brisbane local turned South Korean K-pop idol
Andy Trieu - MC, Entertainer & DJ
SBS PopAsia radio host, Andy Trieu will be the MC and DJ for our UQ K-pop party!
Triple Threat - K-pop Dance Group
Triple Threats dance moves will have you wishing you knew every K-pop dance routine

The Super Rookies

The super rookies are a mixture of up and coming K-pop dance groups who have debuted in the genre. Cheer them on and support new up and coming talent in the K-pop scene.

High Society

Best of K-pop 2018

Local K-pop dance crews will re-enact some of the best Korean idol groups who hit the stage in 2018. These groups will go all the way to re-enact their favourite stars from their attire, right down to every step and lyric.

Cider Dance
Alice Chang
UQ Street Groove

K-pop (re)United

Local K-pop dance crews who tried out for 'K-pop World Dance', re-unite and re-live the experience for fans at UQ

DB Dance
Triple Threat

K-pop Vocalists

Enjoy the sweet vocals of these K-pop locals

Liz Puah