19-year-old Chanchui Khayi from Manipur’s Ukhrul district received the first-ever digital solo singing competitors class on the Okay-Pop India contest 2020.
Whereas 20-year-old Vidisenuo Belho from Nagaland’s Kohima was adjudged first runner-up within the solo singing competitors class.
The occasion was organised by the Korean Cultural Centre India in partnership with ‘The Embassy of Republic of Korea’, Korean Tourism Organisation, and sponsered by Korean manufacturers – Samsung, Limese and Innisfree.
This 12 months the Okay-Pop India Contest happened by way of on-line platforms as a result of Covid-19 scenario and noticed a powerful 1,348 members from throughout the nation within the preliminary spherical.
The 458 chosen winners from the preliminary spherical then competed within the regional spherical comprising of 18 cities for the finals.
The competitors was held for vocal and dance classes.
Every contestant needed to sing a music of their selection and report it in a video. For the finale spherical, the members had been chosen by way of 50% Google voting and 50% likes obtained on their movies uploaded on the official Instagram web page of Korean Cultural Centre India.
Chanchui carried out the music ‘Eight’ by IU Ft Suga, whereas Vidisenuo carried out ‘Can you see my Heart’ by Heize.
Hailing from Manipur’s Teinem village, Chanchui at the moment pursuing her research in Delhi.
The winners and runners up in each the classes from India will get an opportunity to go to South Korea solely when the COVID-19 scenario improves.