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Next week's 'M! Countdown' in Indonesia canceled

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Mnet's 'M! Countdown' special in Indonesia has been canceled.


The music show was originally scheduled for July 3 in Jakarta at the Mata Elang International Stadium, but the event was suddenly canceled today, June 28 KST.


The 'M! Countdown' special was supposed to celebrate the '2013 Korea-Indonesia Friendship Year'. Though Mnet has previously had specials in Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, and other countries, this would've been the first special in Indonesia.


The planned lineup included 2NE1, 2PM, B2ST, MBLAQ, SISTAR, SECRET, After School, B1A4, TEEN TOP, 4minute, Roy Kim, Verbal Jint, and more as well as collaborations between K-pop and Indonesian artists.


Unfortunately, it looks like we have to look forward to next time!


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Source: Osen via Nate

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    thrasherbrutalit Tuesday, July 2, 2013

    it is not the first time mnet cancel the concert in indonesia, in 2011 cnblue which is under mnet also cancelled the concert suddenly and without any reason at all and in korea mnet also has conflict with other agencies especially sm, that's why no sm artist in the list, whereas sm artists such as suju, snsd, shinee, tvxq, exo, etc are top rating in indonesia, to promoter they should be careful to invite artists under mnet because we have been deceived twice

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    chaeries Sunday, June 30, 2013

    Omg you guys. Stop it about the haze. It's not the Indonesians fault. It is because the badly timed weather and big overseas company burning up the forest. Like I'm in Jakarta and Yes we do not get the haze but the daily traffic polutions is merely the same. We are already sad that M Countdown is cancelled but you guys are STILL blaming the haze. Totally not our(k-pop fans) fault. ;

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    secretsona Sunday, June 30, 2013

    Yeah i guess it is not indonesians' fault now that 18 indonesian farmers have been arrested for starting the fires. I should also blame the wind and those overseas companies headed by Indonesian tycoons right? Indonesians living in a complete state of denial.

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    rairamegumi Saturday, June 29, 2013

    blaming indonesia for haze but never thanks for the fresh air that indonesia forest give everyday to their country...negara serumpun yg ga tau diri...

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    secretsona Saturday, June 29, 2013

    This is the dumbest comment i've ever seen. Your neighbours don't need your country's fresh air to survive. In fact, they'd rather close their windows and pray that your "fresh air" won't blow in.

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    supzeliz Saturday, June 29, 2013

    Are you dumb or dumb. We have to thank your incompetent country for the 'fresh air'?

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    deeane10 Saturday, June 29, 2013

    the neighbours country do not only blame, but they also condemn n insult us as the whole nation, it's so painful to read their comments bout our country lately...

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    d33deee Sunday, June 30, 2013

    Maybe this "neighbor countries" should check with their government, why they kept being silent in this issue. Well, maybe those haze are "produced" by their country BIG COMPANIES that trying to set up new palm oil plantation by burning the forest. You reap what you sow dude...

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    supzeliz Sunday, June 30, 2013

    @d33deee You dumb? The fact that the haze is coming from Indonesia, means that your government should take the fucking responsibility. Big foreign companies or not, it still boils down to your country's incompetency for not being able to enforce strict laws on them.

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    secretsona Sunday, June 30, 2013

    @d33deee What makes you think our govts are keeping silent? We have requested proof for the companies your govt has accused, but it is now Indonesia's turn to be silent. Why so slow? Because these so called overseas companies are actually headed by Indonesian tycoons?..The pot calling the kettle black. Instead of making accusations that backfire on yourself, learn from your President and own up for once!

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