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Seo Do-young Visits Japan

2009/12/15 | Permalink | Source

Actor Seo Do-young, who is busy these days shooting the TV drama "Taming of the Heir" and the Korea-Japan joint movie "Jeolla Poems", has visited Japan. Seo is popular in Japan for his role in the TV drama "Spring Waltz". He held his fourth fan meeting at the Tokyo International Forum Hall on December 12.

The meeting marked the third anniversary of Seo's official mobile site and the launch of his official Japanese site (Open the link). The actor said that he had slept only two hours after shooting a movie until 4 a.m. and that he wanted to have fun with his fans despite his tight schedule.

On the question how he kept fit, Seo said he did his best to train himself mentally in order to endure his harsh work schedule.

Seo plays Edward in the TV drama "Taming of the Heir". In the movie "Jeolla Poems" he plays a Korean-Japanese who aspires to be a poet and visits Korea in search of his identity.

Seo said he wanted to make his new Web sites into spaces where he could share his joys and sorrows with his fans. After cutting a cake that was presented by his fans, Seo presented his fans with the script of "Taming of the Heir" and pajamas and gloves that he wore in the drama. At the meeting he also cooked pasta to show off his culinary skills.

Earlier, Seo held a news conference where he said that his new TV drama, "Friend, Our Story", would premiere next year on Fuji TV and that the movie "Jeolla Poems" would also open in 2010. He also promised to visit Japan more often next year to promote his new producions.

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