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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Joe Cheng gives hugs to enslave the South Korean Fans

Joe Cheng gives hugs to enslave the South Korean Fans

Taiwanese Popular Male Artist Zheng Yuan Chang has especially traveled to South Korea yesterday to attend the [3rd Seoul Drama Festival]. Yesterday afternoon he has also held a fans meeting over there and have attracted about 500 South Korean fans for the event. Zheng Yuan Chang keeps charming his fans by giving them hugs, mesmerizing all the South Korean fans.

Zheng Yuan Chang who enslaves the South Korean Fans through Taiwanese series [It Started With A Kiss] has held a fans meeting at Yeouido Park, Seoul entertaining about 500 fans from [Zheng Yuan Chang’s South Korea Backstage Member].

Using Korean to introduce himself
Among the fans their majority age group would be around 24 – 40, all of them were holding light blue balloons while attending the event. Zheng Yuan Chang releases his charm during the event, other than shaking hands and hugging the fans, he even forms the heart-shaped pose together with them. During the event, he also used Korean to greet and introduce himself to the fans, making the South Korean fans very happy indeed.

Yesterday Zheng Yuan Chang puts on a formal suit to attend [3rd Seoul Drama Festival], he and South Korean star Park Chae Rim were giving out the award to the Best Leading Male award and the winner of the award is an actor from Israel . Taiwanese actress Pan Li Li has beaten some tough competitors like Yoon Eun Hye from [Coffee Prince] and Yukie Nakama in [Gokusen 3] to win the Best Leading Female award.

Lee Jun Ki charmed the netizen
In another category, Lee Jun Ki and Nang Sang-mi have been voted by the netizen as the Most Popular Actor and Actress respectively. When Lee Jun Ki came on stage to deliver his thank you speech, he has also especially thanks the supports given by the oversea fans; while the guest performance will be by TVXQ who was using hit song and hot dances to entertain the audiences.

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