THE 2014 SUPERMODEL INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION TO BE HELD IN KOREA
The Supermodel International Organization is pleased to announce that the 2014 Supermodel International Competition will take place in SEOUL, KOREA on August 29.
Arrival Date: All contestants should arrive in Seoul, Korea (Incheon International Airport – ICN) on August 20. They should not arrive before or after August 20 unless special arrangements have been made with us prior to your contestant’s arrival date.
Please email the flight details by August 1 so that we may meet your contestants at the airport.
Contestant Eligibility: Contestants must meet the participation eligibility as outlined in the Entry Form. She must stand AT LEAST 1.70m/5’7” (without heels). The organization reserves the right to disqualify any contestant that does not meet this requirement or any other requirements as stated in the entry form.
“I am very pleased to announce that we are bringing the Supermodel International Competition out of Thailand,” said Pradinunt. “Korea has opened its door and given us its warm hospitality. I am very happy to have the Supermodel International Competition be part of this generosity. We will have 50 of the most amazing models in the world competing in one of the world’s well-known modeling competition event who will be able to experience this.”
“We are delighted that we have reached an agreement with Pradinunt Production Limited to host the 2014 Supermodel International Competition in Seoul, Korea,” said Chairman of Beauland, Jun Jung-Hoon. “Korea will set the stage for this glamorous event, and we look forward to showing the contestants, the exciting and vibrant culture of our beautiful country.”
The 2014 Supermodel International Competition will feature contestants from 50 countries around the world. They will be judged in various competitions, including potential modeling capabilities, as they vie for the coveted title of Supermodel International 2014.
Mirnesa Subasi of Bosnia & Herzegovina and winner of Supermodel International 2013 will pass on her title to her successor at the conclusion of the competition.
2013 – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mirnesa Subasic
2012 – South Africa, Reabetswe Sechoaro
2011 – Indonesia – Bunga Jelitha