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Lee Joon-gi discharged; first stop? Hallyu

2012/02/01 | Permalink | Source

Japanese fan meeting for next month

Lee Joon-gi, who is being discharged from his national military service on February 16th of this month, will step towards hallyu once again. His first project is a fan meeting in Japan.

The reason he chose international events first is to show his gratitude to those in Japan, China and Hong Kong for the love they gave him right before and after he was admitted to military. This is also because his newly signed Japanese management, Interactive Media Mix, have outstanding know-how regarding marketing Korean artists in Japan. This fan meeting that is being held under the name "Lee Joon-gi's Come Back Fan Meeting 2012" on the 16th of March will start at Nakoya, move to Yokohama on the 18th and Osaka for the 19th, with a total number of four meetings. Tickets went on sale at the end of the year and have already sold out. The fan meeting was initially scheduled for only three days but an extra one was added due to demand.

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