Do manager lai SG!! who's interested to go see this "alien" next month?
Asia's most charismatic actor and Korean heartthrob Kim Soo Hyun, will be in town for his first Singapore fan meet as part of his Asian tour, on 27 April 2014 at the Singapore Expo Hall 1.
Tickets will go on sale from 25 March 2014, via all SISTIC outlets.
Kim Soo Hyun's popularity skyrocketed with his role as the alien "Do Min-Joon", and this helped propelled Kim to become one of the most sought-after male actions in Asia today.
Kim Soo Hyun's management agency, Keyeast Entertaiment revealed: "Following the popularity and positive responses of Kim Soo Hyun's dramas and movies in recent years, we have received many proposals to hold a fans meeting locally and abroad. As a gratitude to the love and support from his fans, Kim Soo Hyun will embark on a fans meet tour to engage with supporters across Asia, starting from Seoul in March."
To commemorate the actor's maiden memories with his fans, Keyeast Entertainment decides to name the tour "2014 Kim Soo Hyun Asia Tour 1st Memories in Singapore".
The tour commenced in Seoul and will make stopovers in Taiwan, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Japan, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.
Kim Soo Hyun has been practicing hard for this fan meeting. Not only will he be showcasing his singing abilities, he has also prepared surprises and interactive games for the fans to get up-close and personal with him.
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Kim Soo Hyun cancels Singapore press conference out of respect for ferry disaster
Out of respect for the sunken Sewol ferry disaster, South Korean actor Kim Soo Hyun has cancelled his press conference that was to be held before his fan meeting here on Sunday, April 27.
However, the Singapore fan meet as part of 2014 Kim Soo Hyun Asia Tour 1st Memories will go on as per scheduled, reports The Straits Times.
The 26-year-old Kim, who achieved megastar fame after starring as the alien heartthrob in the hit drama My Love From The Star, was reportedly understated and sombre at promotional activities in Hong Kong and Vietnam.
In light of the fatal ferry tragedy, the entire country has rallied together with broadcasters stopping the airing of variety shows and artistes cancelling local performances in South Korea.