Korean singer-actor Kim Hyung-jun successfully wrapped up his third Japan live tour over the weekend.
Kim, who is busying with his MBC series “Pots of Gold,” wrapped up his one-month live tour “KIM HYUNG JUN 2013 WHO AM I” at Nagoya’s Meitetsu Hall last Saturday, his agency S Plus Company said in a press release Tuesday.
The all-around entertainer performed live his solo tunes “Sorry I’m Sorry,” “Girl,” “LONG NIGHT,” “oH, aH!” as well as his original soundtracks “Sign,” “Sweet, Everyday” and shared his acting experience with highlight clips from “The Shining Girl” and “Late Blossom” which he starred in.
The aforementioned two TV dramas are slated to hit airwaves on Japan’s Hallyu cable channel DATV again from August, proving the great popularity of 25-year-old star who was recently appointed as the new face of a travel company.
The rising Hallyu star is in negotiations regarding his South America tour with his heightened popularity in the region, an official with S Plus Company added in the statement.
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