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Own Asiavision Song Contest 22
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Dates
Semi-finals date 28 December 2019
Final date 5 January 2020
Host
Venue Incheon Munhak Stadium
Incheon, South Korea
Presenter(s) Ailee
Broadcaster KBS
Participants
Entries 44
Returning Flag of Cambodia Cambodia
Flag of East Timor East Timor
Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Flag of Indonesia Indonesia
Flag of Iran Iran
Flag of New Zealand New Zealand
Flag of Pakistan Pakistan
Flag of Qatar Qatar
Flag of Solomon Islands Solomon Islands
Flag of Taiwan Taiwan
Withdrawing Flag of Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Flag of Tajikistan Tajikistan
Flag of Tonga Tonga
Voting
System Each country awards 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs
Winner Flag of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
"Bir nima de"
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Own Asiavision Song Contest 22, often referred to as OASC #22, is the 22nd edition of Own Asiavision Song Contest. The contest took place in Incheon, South Korea, following the country's victory in the 21st edition with the song "Adios", performed by Everglow. The contest was held at the Incheon Munhak Stadium, and consisted of two semi-finals and the final. This is the third time that the country hosted the contest, after previously doing so in sixth and tenth editions.

Forty-four countries participated in the contest. The contest saw the return of Cambodia, East Timor, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, New Zealand, Pakistan, Qatar, Solomon Islands and Taiwan, while Papua New Guinea, Tajikistan and Tonga have withdrawn from the competition.

The winner was Uzbekistan with the song "Bir nima de" performed by Munisa Rizaeva, which received a record-breaking 248 points, at the time the highest total score in the history of the contest. With a margin of 60 points, the second place went to Indonesia, which achieved their best result. The podium was completed by Hong Kong, getting their best result since their victory in the second edition, followed by Laos and Saudi Arabia – receiving their second best placement. East Timor also achieved their best result, finishing inside the top 10 on the 8th place. Out of the "Big Six" countries, only Vietnam scored a top 10 position, coming 10th, this being their third consecutive edition placing in the top 10. The host nation South Korea finished on 23rd place. Two more pre-qualified countries, Fiji and Thailand tied for the pre-last and last places respectively.

LocationEdit

Further information on the host country: South Korea

Host CityEdit

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Incheon
Location of the host city.
Incheon, formerly romanized as Inchŏn, literally "kind river", officially the Incheon Metropolitan City, is a city located in northwestern South Korea, bordering Seoul and Gyeonggi to the east. Inhabited since the Neolithic, Incheon was home to just 4,700 people when it became an international port in 1883. Today, about 3 million people live in the city, making it South Korea's third most-populous city after Seoul and Busan. The city's growth has been assured in modern times with the development of its port due to its natural advantages as a coastal city and its proximity to the South Korean capital. It is part of the Seoul Capital Area, along with Seoul itself and Gyeonggi Province, forming the world's fourth largest metropolitan area by population.

Incheon has since led the economic development of Korea by opening its port to the outside world, ushering in the modernization of Korea as a center of industrialization. In 2003, the city was designated as Korea's first free economic zone. Since then, large local companies and global enterprises have increasingly invested in the Incheon Free Economic Zone, including Samsung which chose Songdo International City as its new investment destination for its bio industry.

As an international city, Incheon has held numerous large scale international conferences, such as the Incheon Global Fair & Festival in 2009. The 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014 was also held in Incheon on 19 September 2014. Incheon has established itself as a major transportation hub in northeast Asia with the Incheon International Airport and Incheon Port. The city is also home to the Green Climate Fund, an international organization addressing environmental issues.

VenueEdit

The Incheon Munhak Stadium (also known as Incheon World Cup Stadium or Munhak Stadium) is a sports complex in Incheon, South Korea and includes a multi-purpose stadium, a baseball park, and other sports facilities. It was Incheon United's home stadium from 2004 to 2011. It hosted three group stage matches at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. It also hosted the 2005 Asian Athletics Championships and the football matches during the 2014 Asian Games, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2014 Asian Para Games. In November 2018, the stadium hosted the 2018 League of Legends World Championship final.

FormatEdit

Semi-final Allocation DrawEdit

The draw to determine the allocation of the participating countries into their respective semi-finals took place on 16 December 2019. The first part of the draw determined in which semi-final the Big Six would have to vote. The second part of the draw decided in which half of the respective semi-finals each country would perform, with the exact running order determined by the producers of the show at a later date. Nineteen countries will participate in the each semi-final. From each semi-final, ten countries will join the "Big 6" in the final, where a total of twenty-six countries will participate.

The thirty-eight semi-finalists were allocated into six pots, based on their geographical place and cultural similarities. Drawing from different pots helps in reducing the chance of so-called neighbour voting and increasing suspense in the semi-finals. Each time a country was drawn from the pot, its semi-final and half of the semi-final was determined.

The six pots were the following:

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3
Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

Participating countriesEdit

Semi-final 1Edit

Nineteen countries participated in the first semi-final. Fiji, Samoa and South Korea also voted in this semi-final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong Joey Yung "Pretty Crazy" 3 117
02 Flag of Syria Syria Sogdiana feat. Avraam Russo "Net nevozmozhnogo" 13 44
03 Flag of Australia Australia Rüfüs Du Sol "Lost in My Mind" 4 105
04 Flag of Yemen Yemen Methal feat. X Ambassadors "Cycles" 10 63
05 Flag of New Zealand New Zealand Dunes "Horses" 6 72
06 Flag of Oman Oman Thanae Pachiyannaki "Widen Your World" 17 29
07 Flag of Singapore Singapore Ffion "Next 2 U" 9 65
08 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan Baktash Angar "Tor zulfan" 19 23
09 Flag of Bahrain Bahrain Elena Qarooni "Only with You" 16 40
10 Flag of Taiwan Taiwan Chiu Pi "Present" 5 85
11 Flag of Jordan Jordan 47Soul "Gamar" 12 46
12 Flag of Laos Laos Nuuxs "Alive" 2 137
13 Flag of Mongolia Mongolia The Wasabies "Girls Generation" 14 42
14 Flag of Afghanistan Afghanistan Mojgan Azimi "Hakeman" 7 71
15 Flag of Vanuatu Vanuatu Vanessa Quai feat. Hip Tuta "Light It Up" 8 69
16 India India Ben Khan "2000 Angels" 11 60
17 Flag of Iraq Iraq Omar Mohamed feat. Shams Al Maslawe "Albarmaki" 15 41
18 Flag of Brunei Brunei Azizi Sabri feat. Aadilah "Love Is Evol" 18 27
19 Flag of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Munisa Rizaeva "Bir nima de" 1 198

Semi-final 2Edit

Nineteen countries participated in the second semi-final. French Polynesia, Thailand and Vietnam also voted in this semi-final.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Turkmenistan Turkmenistan Myrat Nurmyradow "Şirinim şekerim" 19 21
02 Flag of Nepal (rectangular) Nepal Sajjan Raj Vaidya "Hataarindai, bataasindai" 15 52
03 Flag of Malaysia Malaysia Che'Nelle "Liquor Story" 9 73
04 Flag of Macau Macau WayV "Love Talk" 7 83
05 Flag of New Caledonia New Caledonia Linda Terii "Tamahine o te moana" 14 57
06 Flag of Philippines Philippines Fern. "Into You" 17 47
07 Flag of Solomon Islands Solomon Islands Dope Boys feat. Rosie Delmah "Want That Love" 13 62
08 Flag of Palestine Palestine Bashar Murad "Voices" 12 65
09 Flag of China China Theo "Flip" 8 77
10 Flag of Qatar Qatar Vi "Wait" 2 100
11 Flag of United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Julian Lamadrid "Mess" 1 110
12 Flag of Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Aydana Deka "Sezim menen" 18 31
13 Flag of Japan Japan Kenshi Yonezu "Uma to shika" 4 92
14 Flag of East Timor East Timor Sandra Pires "Top of the World" 5 91
15 Flag of Cambodia Cambodia Sophia Kao "I Wonder" 10 69
16 Flag of Kuwait Kuwait Galaxy Juice "Pantagonia" 16 51
17 Flag of Iran Iran Donya "Jaye hamegi khali" 11 65
18 Flag of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Hamza Hawsawi "Love a Little" 6 91
19 Flag of Indonesia Indonesia Cinta Laura Kiehl "Vida" 3 97

FinalEdit

Twenty-six countries participated in the final, with all 44 participating countries eligible to vote.

Draw Country Artist Song Place Points
01 Flag of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Munisa Rizaeva "Bir nima de" 1 248
02 Flag of Yemen Yemen Methal feat. X Ambassadors "Cycles" 12 92
03 Flag of Vanuatu Vanuatu Vanessa Quai feat. Hip Tuta "Light It Up" 21 59
04 Flag of Afghanistan Afghanistan Mojgan Azimi "Hakeman" 13 90
05 Flag of Laos Laos Nuuxs "Alive" 4 136
06 Flag of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Hamza Hawsawi "Love a Little" 5 134
07 Flag of Thailand Thailand New Mandarin "Touch Me" 26 34
08 Flag of French Polynesia French Polynesia Vaiteani "A peni mai" 19 72
09 Flag of Indonesia Indonesia Cinta Laura Kiehl "Vida" 2 188
10 Flag of Fiji Fiji Drew Deezy feat. Tenelle & Fiji "50/50" 25 34
11 Flag of Australia Australia Rüfüs Du Sol "Lost in My Mind" 6 132
12 Flag of Samoa Samoa Maisey Rika "Tangaroa whakamautai" 17 79
13 Flag of United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Julian Lamadrid "Mess" 16 80
14 Flag of Hong Kong Hong Kong Joey Yung "Pretty Crazy" 3 142
15 Flag of Taiwan Taiwan Chiu Pi "Present" 14 86
16 Flag of Malaysia Malaysia Che'Nelle "Liquor Story" 11 96
17 Flag of Qatar Qatar Vi "Wait" 9 117
18 Flag of New Zealand New Zealand Dunes "Horses" 18 74
19 Flag of Macau Macau WayV "Love Talk" 15 82
20 Flag of East Timor East Timor Sandra Pires "Top of the World" 8 120
21 Flag of Cambodia Cambodia Sophia Kao "I Wonder" 20 66
22 Flag of Vietnam Vietnam Ho Ngoc Ha feat. Kimmese "Keep Me in Love" 10 113
23 Flag of Japan Japan Kenshi Yonezu "Uma to shika" 7 132
24 Flag of South Korea South Korea Pink Fantasy "Fantasy" 23 49
25 Flag of Singapore Singapore Ffion "Next 2 U" 22 58
26 Flag of China China Theo "Flip" 24 39

Other countriesEdit

Eligibility for potential participation in the Own Asiavision Song Contest requires a national broadcaster with active OABU membership that would be able to broadcast the contest. As in every edition, an invitation to all the members have been sent in order to confirm whether they will participate or not. The following list of countries declined stating their reasons as shown below.
  • Flag of Bangladesh Bangladesh: It was confirmed that the country would not participate in the 22nd edition.
  • Flag of Bhutan Bhutan: It was confirmed that the country would not participate in the 22nd edition.
  • Flag of Maldives Maldives: It was confirmed that the country would not participate in the 22nd edition.
  • Flag of Myanmar Myanmar: It was confirmed that the country would not participate in the 22nd edition.
  • Flag of North Korea North Korea: It was confirmed that the country would not participate in the 22nd edition.
  • Flag of Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea: The broadcaster failed to submit a confirmation by the deadline and thus was automatically assumed as withdrawn.
  • Flag of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka: It was confirmed that the country would not participate in the 22nd edition.
  • Flag of Tajikistan Tajikistan: The head of delegation of Tajikistan has announced that will be leaving his post for other ventures.
  • Flag of Tonga Tonga: The broadcaster failed to submit a confirmation by the deadline and thus was automatically assumed as withdrawn.

See alsoEdit

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