Kim Soo Hyun successfully opened his set of fanmeetings entitled “1st Memories Asia Tour” with the first one being held on 6 March 2014 in Seoul. This first fanmeeting had drawn a lot of fans; some even made a petition to ask for additional days because there are many fans that did not get tickets. Aside of additional day petition, fans have also made another petition to move the venue because the first venue was considered small and wouldn’t be able to accommodate fans. This petition was granted by the agency, KeyEast, but unfortunately the additional day one was not granted due to the packed schedule of Kim Soo Hyun.
In the fan meeting, Kim Soo Hyun sang his drama’s soundtrack and played some games. He even sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to one of his fans who celebrated birthday that day. This opening fanmeeting made the actor who stars the famous drama You Who Came from the Star shed tears. At the end of the show, Kim Soo Hyun wiped his tears and said “There are times when I feel tired, but I am happy when I am with you in times like this. I am very grateful to all of you who come today and I will try to meet you again; I promise to work even better in the future.”
One of the biggest media in Korea, Daum, said “Kim Soo Hyun, the 1st kick-off in Seoul for his 1st Memories Asia Tour, ended in a great success.” While StarIn said “Mainstream Kim Soo Hyun, Korean fanmeeting in Seoul, tears of emotion.”
Kim Soo Hyun will hold his Asia Tour fanmeetings in 7 countries including Indonesia. Kim Soo Hyun 1st Memories in Indonesia will be held on April 25 at Skenoo Hall, Gandaria City and promoted by Korean Culture Alliance Indonesia (KCA Indonesia); for more information please follow @KCA_ID on Twitter. I’m sure you all are very excited to meet this handsome alien very soon!
Author: Noritha Anggraini
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