KCON 2020 Will Be Held Online Amid Coronavirus Shutdown -- And Streaming 24/7

Get ready for KCON 24/7!

The "world's largest K-culture convention" is taking things online in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic, after postponing previously planned in-person events in New York, Los Angeles, Japan and Singapore.

KCON:TACT, as it will be known, is set to stream live 24/7 from June 20–26 on the Mnet K-Pop channel. 

The lineup has yet to be announced, but past conventions have included performances and appearances from popular K-pop acts like NCT, Loona, Seventeen, Stray Kids, Mamamoo and more.

Last year, ET caught up with tons of K-culture stars at KCON L.A. 2019, including RuPaul's Drag Race star Soju and singer Kevin Woo, who dished on his dream collabs and cover songs.

"Right now I'm listening to a lot of Ed Sheeran, so I definitely want to do an Ed Sheeran cover," Woo revealed, adding that Sheeran would also be a dream collaborator as well.

"Ed Sheeran, if you're watching, I'm Kevin Woo and I am totally down to do a collaboration with you!" he added excitedly.