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Lee Joon-gi's fans fill up Tokyo International Forum

2016/05/24 | Permalink | Source

Lee Joon-gi experienced his popularity among his Japanese fans.

Lee Joon-gi's agency Namoo Actors said on May 24, "Lee Joon-gi held a successful fan meeting in Japan on May 19th".

According to the agency, Tokyo International Forum A was filled up with Lee Joon-gi's fans who gathered to attend his fan meeting '2016 Lee Joon Gi Splendor Family Day'. Lee Joon-gi was so touched by the surprise birthday party prepared by his fans that he walked down to the audience and shared cake with his fans.

Lee Joon-gi put on witty impromptu shows upon the requests received from his fans under the theme, 'What if you meet Lee Joon-gin your dreams'. He also interacted with his fans through various games. Lee Joon-gi sang ten songs in total on the stage which brought so much excitement to the audience.

Lee Joon-gi is currently working hard to film SBS forthcoming drama, "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo".

Source : tenasia.hankyung.com/...

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