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Lee Min Ho Surprises Fans with Song ′Thank You′ on Birthday

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2015.06.22 18:58 Newsen Lee Min Ji

Lee Min Ho has released Thank You, a song for his fans, in time for his birthday.

Lee Min Ho surprised fans with Thank You, a song he wrote himself, through his official fanclub MINOZ on June 22. The song is a gift that expresses Lee Min Ho′s thankful heart for the the fans, who have supported him for nine years.

Lee Min Ho Surprises Fans with Song ′Thank You′ on Birthday

Thank You was composed by Hwang Chan Hee, who created Lee Min Ho′s first special album, My Everything, for the fans in May 2013, and Lee Min Ho′s thankful heart for his fans is expressed in the lyrics he penned himself.

The lyrics contain Lee Min Ho′s heart for his fans who have shown their unchanging love since his debut.

Lee Min Ho stated why he gifted fans with the song through his agency, Starhaus Entertainment, saying "Because the fans were with me since my debut, my 20s were more meaningful and happy. I wanted to create memories with the fans. Following the song′s release in Korea, the song will be available to fans all around the world.

Lee Min Ho′s love for his fans is exceptional. Last year, Lee Min Ho created a donation site, PROMIZ, combining his name and his fanclub′s name (MINOZ), participating in joint donation activities, most recently donating 100 million won in the fanclub′s name to UNICEF for the Nepal earthquake victims. MINOZ has been pouring its strength into various charities and donation efforts through Lee Min Ho′s name.

Meanwhile, Lee Min Ho is set to star in upcoming blockbuster Bounty Hunters. Bounty Hunters is set in various cities across Asia, centered on the stories of bounty hunters, and is being hailed the most-anticipated film of 2016.

Photo credit: Starhaus Entertainment

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