According to South Korean media reported that Korean actor Lee Jun Ki (이준기) took the Korean Gyeonghuigung Palace as a dramatic backdrop, shot the cover for fashion magazine “GQ” (Taiwan version) September 2009. Lee Jun Ki in Taiwan has many fans, this film not only in order for everyone to adopt his new shape, but also promote South Korean tourism culture.
Actor Lee Jun-ki participated in a news conference at the Korea Culture Center in Shinjuku, Japan on July 17 prior to his concerts in Kobe and Yokohama
Actor Lee Jun-ki said he had prepared special concerts for his fans to present them with a chance to have fun together and show off his hidden talents. In the news conference on July 17, Lee said he would be performing in front of his Japanese fans for the first time in three years and that the concerts were his “comprehensive gift set” for them.
On the question about his singing talent, Lee said he had no ambitions to become a singer whatsoever and that he staged his concerts solely for his fans. “I want to concentrate on acting, which I will continue to master for the rest of my life,” said Lee. But he added that he wanted to write songs and organize concerts for his fans to display his versatile talent.
Lee’s upcoming concerts will mark the re-opening of his Japanese official fan club “Splendor.” Audience members will be able to buy Lee’s DVD entitled “J-Style Special Edition.”
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Actor Lee Jun-ki has seen the first portion of tickets for his fan meeting–scheduled to be held at the Olympic Park in Seoul on April 18–sold out in only two minutes after sales opened, according to his agency Mentor Entertainment on Friday.
“We first put some 4,000 of a total of 8,000 tickets up for sale on his fan cafes and official foreign-language site exclusively for members of his fan clubs and overseas fans, and they were sold out in just two minutes,” the agency said. “The foreign language site even went down at one point due to heavy traffic, with fans from all over Asia accessing it.”
Mentor Entertainment said that it decided to sell the tickets in two rounds to give both local and overseas fans of the actor equal opportunities to buy a ticket and facilitate sales. The second round opened on the online ticket site Interpark on Friday.
The agency added, “We have had lots of calls asking about the fan meeting even from Thailand and Arab nations, as well as China and Japan. So, we are planning to hire some translators for each language for the event.”
Heartthrob actor Lee Jun-ki (27) will hold a large scale fan concert next month.
His management agency, Mentor Entertainment, said Lee will hold the 8,000 seat fan concert entitled “Episode 2” on April 18 at the Olympic Park fencing arena.
In May 2006, Lee held the first “Episode 1” concert at the Jamsil Student Stadium, drawing some 12,000 fans.
Mentor said, “Like last time, Lee has prepared dancing, songs, performances and events for his fans. It will be an upgrade from Episode 1.”
Composer Kim Hyeong-seok is the music director of the concert.
Mentor also said Episode 2 will kick off a world tour that Lee is planning for the year’s second half.