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Lee Min Ho to Invite 1970 Fans for ‘Minoz Special Film Screening Event’

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2015.01.21 17:42 Newsen Ha Soo Jung Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Lee Min Ho will be holding a special film screening event for his fans.

With his film Gangnam 1970 about to premiere in Korea, Lee Min Ho prepared a big event for his fans.

On January 24 and 25, Lee Min Ho will be launching Minoz Film Screening Event at the CGV theater in Apgujeong in order to return thanks to the fans who have been waiting for Gangnam 1970. Minoz Film Screening Event will be inviting 1970 fans out of those who apply through Lee Min Ho’s official fan club site (www.minoz.com).

About the reason for holding the event, an affiliate shared, “The event will be launching thanks to Lee Min Ho’s idea to return love to the fans. We would like to present unforgettable and enjoyable memories for all the participating fans.”

Lee Min Ho to Invite 1970 Fans for ‘Minoz Special Film Screening Event’

Free movie tickets, popcorn and drinks will be provided for all the fans attending the film screening and specially prepared gift bags will also be given out.

The special film screening, carried out under the title of Back-To 1970, will be hosting various events reenacting the 70’s, which is the time period the movie is based on. In addition, all proceeds gathered from Lee Min Ho’s charity platform PMZ booth set up in the theatre will be donated to Holt Children’s Welfare Organization.

Meanwhile, Gangnam 1970 will depict the desire, friendship and betrayl of two men named Jong Dae (Lee Min Ho) and Yong Gi (Kim Rae Won) surrounding the Gangnam district during 1970’s when Seoul was undergoing rapid development. It is the final piece of director Yoo Ha’s street trilogy, following Once Upon A High School and Dirty Carnival.

Photo credit: Showbox Mediaplex

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