See… June is very very busy months for Japanese star-chasers. Now we have Jang Hyuk, Yoon Kye Sang, Ji Jin Hee, Gong Yoo, Jo In Sung and Cha Tae Hyun to flex their manly charm (and in the case of Cha Tae Hyun – cute charm ??) on the Japanese fans. They are going there for their own individual promotions and in mid-June, gather together for 2007 Hallyu Romantic Festival. They will be joined with singers like SS501, Shin Hye Sung, Lee Min Woo, Jun Jin, Kim Jung Hoon, etc.
Four Korean male heartthrobs — Jang Hyuk, Yoon Kye-sang, Gong Yu and Ji Jin-hee — will make a joint 4 day visit to Japan from Monday. The four stars will appear on TV shows and hold media interviews ahead of their full fledged activities in the island nation.
They left Seoul Monday and will hold a joint press conference in Japan Tuesday regarding their future plans in Japan. After the conference, they will continue individual promotional activities through broadcast appearances, more interviews and photo shoots.
Entertainment agency Sidus HQ, the event’s organizer, says Japanese fans are excited about the foursome’s visit, as it’s difficult to bring the four together at one place even in Korea. Sidus expressed the hope that the event will help solidify their star power.
On June 23, the four will join with actors Jo In-sung and Cha Tae-hyeon for the visual/music event “Hallyu, Romantic Festival 2007.”
Source: KBS Global
You’ll meet celebrities like Ji Jin-hee, Gong Yoo, Yoon Kye-sang, Jang Hyuk, Jo In-sung and Cha Tae-hyun at the ‘2007 Hallyu Romantic Festival.’ The festival features Korean films and TV series throughout Asia.
A dozen big name singers will show up at the festival, including Shinhwa members Lee Min-woo, Shin Hye-sung and Jun Jin, SS501 and Kim Jung-hoon just to name a few.
The event will be enormous, mobilizing approximately 300 staff members. It will be the biggest of its kind, held in Japan.
Slated for next month, it has already commanded talk and attention from Japanese fans.
Symbols of romance team up to steal the hearts of Japan!!
The festival will introduce diverse features of the, now-popular, Korean pop culture. We will keep our fingers crossed.
Source: Arirang TV