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Zo In Sung Successfully Holds His First Fan Meeting in Shanghai

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2014.02.18 11:10 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Zo In Sung proved his popularity across Asia.

The actor left for Shanghai on February 14 to hold his first solo fan meeting. Upon his arrival in the city, a large crowd of reporters and fans gathered to see him, causing a jam at the airport.

Zo In Sung made his way to the IFC Mall for a press conference and photo time, attended by over 500 reporters and fans, who welcomed his arrival in the country.

The actor brought out cheers by saying, “This will be the best Valentine’s Day in my life, because I get to spend it with so many ladies. Thank you so much.”

Zo In Sung Successfully Holds His First Fan Meeting in Shanghai

The next day on February 15, Zo In Sung held his fan meeting titled 2014 Zo In Sung First Fan Meeting at the Shanghai Center, meeting with over 1,000 fans who came to spend unforgettable moments with their star.

Upon making his appearance on stage, Zo In Sung greeted his fans in Chinese and shared his recent experiences of attending various Chinese award ceremonies and his future plans in acting.

The event also included a number of special sections, including the one where the best scene from That Winter, The Wind Blows was selected and five fans were chosen to come up to the stage to act the scene out with Zo In Sung. The actor then chose one fan that did the best job and gave her a special present.

After a round of games, Zo In Sung enjoyed watching a video clip prepared by the fans themselves, and returned his thanks by singing Hot Potato’s Bless Me.

Meanwhile, Zo In Sung has returned to Korea and is in the process of choosing his next project.

Photo credit: IOK Company, HS Media

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