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10th Anniversary Park Hae-jin, releases chocolate

2016/06/28 | 2576 views | Permalink | Source

Hallyu star Park Hae-jin's chocolate is out for the first time in 6 years.

Chocolates of his name and face will be released in July.

This is the second time chocolate under his name is being released since 2010.

This chocolate has been sold as a Hallyu product to foreign tourists from China and Japan in duty free stores. This year's chocolate will be sold in international duty free stores, national duty free stores and outlets in Korea.

Park Hae-jin meets his 10th year anniversary this year and he's become even more globally famous.

Previously, he opened a movie theater under his name as well and the profit from that theater is being used to help needy children in China.

Meanwhile, Park Hae-jin successfully had his 10th anniversary fan meeting in Beijing, China and coming up next is his fan tour in Thailand on the 31st of July. Tickets are nearly sold out.

Source : www.tenasia.co.kr/arc...

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