Australia: Dami Im sings for the Korean Dream

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Dami Im, the Korean-born Australian representative at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, has not forgotten her Korean roots. The successful singer and winner of the 5th Australian X-Factor show becomes a part of the project of Artists for One Korea and sings among others about unity and the desirable reunification of North and South Korea.

A dream wishing to come true

The project Artists for One Korea was created by 8 artists (including Dami Im) and the other 7 are: Peabo Bryson, Jung Dongha, Voisper, Edray, Sabrina, Zendee Rose Tenerefe and Lauren Evans.

Their song Korean dream doesn’t speak politically, but sends a message of peace and love calling the people to “circle the world as one”.

Dami Im has posted a video on her official Facebook account, where she talks about her Korean origin, her strong ties with the country and her honour to be a part of this project. In parallel, a small part of their work is being heard in the background.

Artists For One Korea

One dream, one Korea, one world. #KoreanDreamDownload or stream 'Korean Dream' now! https://ArtistsForOneKorea.lnk.to/KoreanDreamDI

Опубліковано Dami Im 21 серпня 2017 р.

One K Media has already released the song and it is available on Spotify:

Dami Im at Eurovision

The Australian broadcaster SBS selected internally Dami Im in March 2016 as their 2nd Eurovision representation. With her entry Sound of silence, she reached the Grand Final where she earned the 1st place with 320 points in the jury voting, but she came 4th in the televoting with 191 points. Eventually, she ended up 2nd with 511 points.

Here you can enjoy again her glorious performance at the 2016 Eurovision Grand Final in Stockholm:

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