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Park Shin Hye Dedicates Self-Composed Song to Fans

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2012.02.20 18:35 Mwave Park, HyunMin Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

On February 18, actress Park Shin Hye surprised her fans with a self-composed song at her birthday party with her official fan club, Starlight Angel.

Park played the guitar and sang a song made specifically for her fans. Confessing that ‘(she was) lacking yet willing to improve step by step’ she showed her love and appreciation through her lyrics and combined it with a sweet melody to captivate her fans.

Park Shin Hye Dedicates Self-Composed Song to Fans

A rep from Park’s agency, 4HIM Entertainment, said, “Park’s self-composed song held great meaning to her because she wanted to dedicate the song to her fans. She put in long hours on the guitar, enough to get calluses on her hands, and stayed up all night composing the lyrics. The song clearly conveyed the amount of effort she put in and her love and appreciation for her fans. At this time, the song does not have a title and the fans should decide what the title will be, as the song was dedicated to them.”

The two hour fan meeting took place at Ilchi Art Hall in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul with Park acting as the MC, sharing stories, and participating in games with her fans. Park also sang Lovely Day and acted out scenes from You’re Beautiful and Heartstrings. Fans also got the opportunity to ask her personal questions.

Park’s birthday party included fans from Thailand and Japan, as well as other countries and she shook hands with each of them as they left.

The revenue generated from the ticket sales was donated to a ‘Starlight Angel’ town in Ghana, one which Park volunteered with in the past, through the non-profit group, Food for the Hungry.

On February 24, Park will travel to Japan to meet with her Japanese fans in a 2,000-capacity stadium in Tokyo.

Photo credit: 4HIM Entertainment

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