Korean actor Choung Kyung-ho held his first-ever fan meeting in Japan over the weekend, meeting with some 500 fans at the event, according to his agency N.O.A Entertainment on Monday.
A press release from N.O.A. announced that the actor held the event titled "Choung Kyung-ho 1st Fanmeeting in Tokyo" at the IMA Hall on August 8, where he sang "Special Person" from the soundtrack for hit TV series "I'm Sorry, I Love You" and made red bean-paste ice flakes for his fans.
"I was really nervous at first to be meeting my fans in Japan but was relieved that everyone had a great time. I had a good time even though it was short meeting and hopefully, I'll get to see everyone again in the near future with a new project," Choung was quoted as saying, thanking his fans who showed up at the event.
He also expressed his gratitude to his Japanese fans who threw him a surprise birthday party during the fan event by saying, "I was wished happy birthday by so many people this year. There are no words to express my happiness and I will treasure this feeling forever."
The 26-year-old actor first appeared in the mobile drama "5 Star" in 2004. He rose to stardom with his role in the KBS' hit series "I'm Sorry, I Love" (KBS) and recently in the weekend drama "Smile, You" (SBS).
Choung has also appeared in films "All For Love" (2005), "Sunny" (2008) and "Turtle is Running" (2009).
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