"SM Entertainment Square" in Los Angeles, California. Kindness of SM Entertainment
"SM Entertainment Square" ― named after one of the greatest K-pop diversion organizations in Korea ― has been set up in Los Angeles (LA) to respect the organization's organizer and leader maker Lee Soo Man.
The LA city gathering assigned the convergence of sixth Street and Oxford Avenue the "SM Entertainment Square" on Oct. 28, SM said Friday.
The sign in the image will before long be set up at "SM Entertainment Square." Courtesy of SM Entertainment
The organization added that a sign which peruses, "SM ENTERTAINMENT SQUARE, Pioneer of the Korean Wave and the worldwide K-pop marvel, to pay tribute to Founder Lee Soo Man," will before long be set up at the square.
"It is the first run through for a Korean diversion organization's name to be utilized for the sake of an emblematic road in the U.S.," the music name said in an assertion. "We are wanting to open our diversion complex 'SMT LA' on the square to advance Korean culture and way of life."
Park Kyung-jae, the delegate general for LA was cited as saying: "I trust 'SM Entertainment Square' turns into a center of Korean diversion in LA, home to the film and culture industry. Much the same as Times Square in New York, I anticipate 'SM Square' to draw in youngsters from all around the world."
LA City Councilman Herb Wesson said he regarded the commitments that SM and Lee made to K-pop's globalization.
Established in 1989, SM dispatched a plenty of huge name K-pop acts including TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, SHINee, EXO, Red Velvet, NCT and SuperM.