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Lee Joon-gi's fan meeting sold out in 60 seconds

2012/01/10 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Joon-gi's fan meeting to celebrate the end of his national military service has sold out.

A fan meeting called "Reunion JG" is to be held on the 16th of February, on the day he is discharged.

Tickets sales opened at 8:00p on January 10th through Interpark, but everything was sold out in 60 seconds.

After the sell-out fans cried, "I really want to go, please get tickets", "Change to a bigger venue", "Are there anymore events?" making things uneasy for his management company.

Lee Joon-gi said, "I am so grateful to the fans who have waited for me unconditionally. I am going to repay you with what I do best".

Lee Joon-gi, unlike most actors in Korea, can act, sing and dance. He has displayed his talents on stage several times and been acknowledged as a skilled celebrity.

His Japanese fan meeting "Coming Back" also sold out at the same time so there has been another performance set up in Yokohama for 5000 fans.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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