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[Lily's Take] Park Yoo-chun to Hold Fan Meeting in Japan

2018/01/30 | Permalink | Source

Actor and a member of K-pop group JYJ Park Yoo-chun has released his first official schedule since his discharge from military duty. After his service as a public service worker that ended on August 25th, 2017, this will be his first public appearance.

According to Japan's official JYJ website, Park Yoo-chun will be holding a fan meeting on this upcoming March 10th and 11th in Tokyo Musashino Forest Sport Centre's main arena. The title of this fan meeting is "2018 PARK YUCHUN FANMEETING & MINI CONCERT IN JAPAN - remember the memories".

Park Yoo-chun has already held a huge fan meeting in Japan before he enlisted to his military duty back in August 2015. This upcoming fan meeting will be a chance for Japanese fans to reunite with him and remember the time they spent together in the last fan meeting. The meeting will be filled with surprises as it takes the format of mini concert.

By: Lily Lee

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