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Park Hae-jin's 10 year anniversary fan meeting

2016/02/17 | 2437 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Hae-jin prepared something special for his 10th year anniversary and fans.

Park Hae-jin will be holding his 10th year anniversary fan meeting this coming April 23rd.

He's going to take the time to look back on his 10 years of acting and thank everyone who has been there for him all those times.

He also doesn't want to pressure his fans with money and says he's paying for the fan meeting with his own money.

Park Hae-jin has prepared many events for his fans so far from the picnic he had with 900 or so fans in Japan and sharing lunch boxes with his Chinese fans. He also invited his fans for dinner while he shot the drama "My Daughter Seo-yeong".

Park Hae-jin is also conducting an event called, 'Yoo Jeong's Wish Come True' while he's in the drama "Cheese in the Trap". He always tries to communicate with his fans whenever and wherever e can.

Source : www.segye.com/content...

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