| Own Asiavision Song Contest 5|
|Final date||22 November 2015|
|Venue|| Ghazi Stadium|
United Arab Emirates
|System||Each country awardes 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs|
|Winner|| South Korea|
|Own Asiavision Song Contest|
Own Asiavision Song Contest 5, often referred to as OASC #5, is the 5th edition of the Own Asiavision Song Contest. The contest was supposed to take place in Japan, following country's victory in the 4th contest with the song "Pick Me Up". Hovewer, the previous winner refused to host stating internal problems with broadcaster. Later, they confirmed the participation but with another broadcaster, making it unable to host. The council asked the runner-up, Afghanistan to host, and the broadcaster accepted to host it in Kabul. This is the first time that Afghanistan hosted the contest.
Twenty-four countries participated in the fifth edition. The winner of was South Korea with the song "I" by Taeyeon feat. Verbal Jint which scored 140 points, winning by a margin of 14 points in front of Singapore. The podium was completed by Iran, which finished on the third place. Afghanistan, the host country placed 21st.
For more details on the host country, see Afghanistan.
The city of Kabul has a population of 3,564,855. It has 22 districts and a total land area of 103,049 Hectar. The total number of dwellings in Kabul is 396,095.
This is the first time the contest takes place in Afghanistan.
Ghazi Stadium is a stadium in Kabul, Afghanistan. It was built during the reign of King Amanullah Khan in 1923, who is regarded as Ghazi (Hero) for the Afghan victory in the Third Anglo-Afghan War and gaining independence for his nation after the Anglo-Afghan Treaty of 1919. The stadium has the capacity to house 25,000 people.
The Ghazi Stadium was renovated in 2011 after the entire ground was removed and replaced with new soil and artificial turf placed on top. The stadium now holds bigger sporting events. The proposed construction of a new national stadium to be completed for the 2013/2014 season will cost 25 million euros.
|01||India||Meet Bros feat. Neha Kakkar||"Tu Isaq Mera"||15||49|
|02||Afghanistan||Noor Haya||"Kam Bia"||21||25|
|03||Singapore||The Sam Willows||"Take Heart"||2||126|
|04||Turkmenistan||Myahri||"Öňe, Diňe Öňe"||5||83|
|05||Taiwan||Da Mouth||"Youshi Ma"||16||49|
|06||Laos||Alexandra Bounxouei||"My Radio"||9||62|
|07||China||Jike Juan Yi||"Now That You Can't Have Me"||11||54|
|08||South Korea||Taeyeon feat. Verbal Jint||"I"||1||140|
|09||Papua New Guinea||Sheppard||"A Grade Player"||12||52|
|10||Jordan||Youssef Arafat||"Wala Leila"||24||7|
|11||Indonesia||Isyana Sarasvati||"Keep Being You"||10||56|
|14||Mongolia||3 Okhin||"Khurdlakh Tusam"||18||39|
|15||Malaysia||Elizabeth Tan||"Knock Knock"||19||38|
|16||Sri Lanka||M.I.A.||"Bad Girls"||13||52|
|17||Philippines||Alex Gonzaga||"Panaginip Lang"||14||50|
|18||Myanmar||Htike & Cha feat. Soe Gyi||"Bad Girls"||23||12|
|19||New Zealand||Lorde||"Yellow Flicker Beat"||4||98|
|20||Japan||Perfume||"Spending All My Time"||17||44|
|21||Iran||Jasmine Kara||"Can't Lie To Me"||3||103|
|22||Nepal||Sanjana Shrestha feat. Kamal Khatri||"Sunaulo Bihani Ma"||22||16|