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Full House's Song Hye-kyo sets foot in Japan

2006/06/12 | 251 views | Permalink | Source

The popular Korean actress, who starred with renowned Korean Wave star Rain in the drama "Full House", will be launching in Japan her photo books shot in Paris, Amsterdam, and New York.

Furthermore, her debut film, "My Girl and I", is also scheduled to open in Japan in August, for which Song will visit Japan and run a series of major promotional events.

Although there is yet to be a final schedule for her promotional tour, it is believed that Song will hold a press conference and meet her fans in Tokyo and Fukuoka.

Having become one of the leading Korean Wave luminaries with her performances in All In and Autumn Fairy Tale (also known as Autumn in my Heart), this is the actress's first time to be on a promotion campaign, thus attracting much interest from local audiences and officials.

With Song entry into Japan, everyone's wondering if the actress would finally emerge as the best Korean Wave star.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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