Yesterday, Aston Martin DB12 was released so Junny wanted to try Nasi Padang –

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Jakarta ( – A number of news broadcast yesterday, Friday (26/5), on the Lifestyle, Entertainment, Automotive and Tech channels are still interesting to watch, starting from the official launch of the Aston Martin DB12, the book bazaar “Big Bad Wolf Books”, to South Korean singer Junny who held a concert in Jakarta and admitted that he wanted to taste Nasi Padang.

Here’s the summary:

1. The Aston Martin DB12 launches with an AMG V8 engine with 671 hp

Aston Martin officially launched the DB12, which comes with an AMG V8 engine capable of producing 671 hp and a top speed of 325 kilometers per hour.

2. Mahfud MD asked professionals to take part in the open selection of BAKTI’s Main Director

Acting Minister of Communication and Information Technology (Menkominfo) Mahfud MD invited professionals and experts from the telecommunications sector to take part and take part in the new selection to fill the position of President Director of the Telecommunications and Information Accessibility Agency (BAKTI).

3. The 2023 “Big Bad Wolf Books” exhibition is back to being held starting today

The International Book Bazaar “Big Bad Wolf Books” (BBW) is back at ICE BSD, South Tangerang from May 26 to June 5.

“This time we will provide 50 thousand books and almost 40 percent are Indonesian books and the rest are international books,” said President Director of Big Bad Wolf, Uli Silalahi when met at ICE BSD, South Tangerang, Friday.

4. The series “The Citadel” will continue into a second season

Prime Video announced that the original series thrillers spy “The Citadel” will continue its story into the second season.

All episodes of season two “The Citadel” will be directed by Joe Russo while David Weil will serve as executive producer and showrunner. The series was produced by Amazon Studios and AGBO owned by the Russo brothers, Anthony and Joe Russo.

5. Visiting Indonesia, soloist Junny chose Nasi Padang and the name Jaya

Pop R&B singer from South Korea, Junny, admits that he can’t wait to taste a variety of Indonesian specialties, one of which is Nasi Padang, which is typical with spicy served spices.

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Editor: Natisha Andarningtyas


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