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Park Shin Hye Celebrates Christmas With Fans in Japan

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2013.12.24 10:29 Newsen Lee Min Ji Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Park Shin Hye held a special Christmas party with her fans in Japan.

After starring in SBS’s The Heirs, the heroine of the hit drama made her way to Tokyo to hold a Christmas party with fans on December 21.

Keeping her promise with fans that she had made during the Asian tour, Park Shin Hye presented fans with the gift of spending the end of the year together.

Looking back at 2013, Park Shin Hye had a extremely busy year, starring in the drama Flower Boys Next Door and The Heirs, as well as the hit movie The Gift of Room 7.

About her most recent project The Heirs, the actress commented, “I still can’t believe that the drama is over. If I think about the fact that it’s over, it makes me very sentimental. I’ve been keeping myself busy preparing for the fan meeting, in order to get over the fact that the drama has ended.”

Park Shin Hye Celebrates Christmas With Fans in Japan

During fan meeting, Park Shin Hye presented fans with her version of The Heirs OST, Story, and even made her own cocktails for fans.

Fans also presented her with flower bouquets, cakes and fan letters towards the end of the event, almost bringing the star to tears.

“Being with fans always gives me energy and recharges me to take the next step,” said Park Shin Hye. “I received so much love this year and wanted to give back to you, but you shower me so much love again. Thank you so much.”

After spending a busy year in 2013, Park Shin Hye plans to continue to act in various dramas and movies in the upcoming year 2014 as well as making her ways overseas, to meet with fans all over the globe.

Photo credit: S.A.L.T Entertainment

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