Jung Il Woo successfully holds his first fan meeting in Taiwan

Actor Jung Il Woo successfully held his first fan meeting in Taiwan on December 8 at the Neo Studio.

Tickets for the fan meeting, held under the title of The Promise of the First Snow, were sold out in only four minutes, and another fan meeting has been added at the request of Jung’s fans.

Jung held the meetings in a small performance hall because he wanted to meet his fans at a close distance. For about two months, Jung participated in the making of the event, which ranges from creating ideas to preparing the stage.

About 35 news sources, including four major newspapers and TV Entertainment programs in Taiwan, attended a press interview of Jung and showed great interest in him.

Starting the event by singing Deng Li Jun’s song, Jung touched the fans by speaking Chinese to them. Jung had a talk time, played games, and even sang some of Chinese songs with them.

Besides, Jung’s manager brought Jung’s suitcase to the stage and opened it in front of the audience. As Jung’s belongings were released one by one, the audience enthusiastically responded to it. As if he was to take revenge on his manager, he asked his manager to dance to Psy’s “Gangnam Style” with him. The event hall was filled with laughs throughout the entire fan meeting.

Finishing the meeting by reading a letter for his fans, Jung said, “I now want to meet more fans of mine. Through this fan meeting, I could get close to some of my fans. It was great.”

Source: Star Daily News (Korean)

Credit: Korea.com (English

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