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Monsta X to appear on Good Morning Britain, July 11

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Group MONSTA X will be the first Korean singers to appear on the famous British morning news program "Good Morning Britain."

According to "Good Morning Britain" on Monday, MONSTA X will appear on the British ITV Program "Good Morning Britain" on Wednesday to talk about new music and their ongoing tour.

"Good Morning Britain" is a morning news program that has been airing on ITV since 2014. Hosted by British journalist-turned-TV network mogul Piers Morgan, he has previously featuring famous stars such as Shakira, Elton John, Jennifer Aniston, Cate Blanchett, Jude Law and Khalid. 

Khalid made headlines earlier when he mentioned his collaboration with BTS on the program. However, MONSTA X are the first Korean singers to make a formal appearance on the program.

MONSTA X have recently been growing at a frightening pace, riding on the global Hallyu boom. Along with BTS' popularity, the company is increasing the size of its world tour by emerging in the resilient K-pop market. At the same time, they are well-established as they have been invited to the U.S. "Jingle Bell" tour and recently starred in the famous animation "We Bear Bears."

MONSTA X are currently hosting performances for the 2019 World Tour "We Are Here." They have previously finished performances in Madrid, the Netherlands, Amsterdam, and Paris, and is scheduled to perform in London's SSE Arena Wembley on Tuesday. They will then continue their tour through Berlin, Germany, and then all over South America and the U.S.

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