“Queen of Tears” Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji Won to have their solo fan meetings on the same day

After swooning everyone through the K-drama “Queen of Tears,” both Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji Won will now meet their beloved fans face to face. 

It was officially confirmed that Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji Won will have their respective solo fan meetings this June. What’s even more exciting is that the two will have their fan meeting on the same day. 

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Kim Soo Hyun is gearing up for his Asia fan meeting tour starting in Japan on June 22 and 23. The top actor will meet his fans at PIA Arena MM for two days. This will be his comeback to the Asian tour after 10 years. His last Asian tour was in 2014 when he became popular through the hit K-drama “My Love From The Star.” Aside from Korea and Japan, more schedules for the tour will be revealed soon. 

Meanwhile, Kim Ji Won will embark on her first ever solo fan meeting on June 22 at Shinhan Card SOL Pay Square Live Hall in Seoul. This will be her first solo fan meeting since her debut. The fan meeting will be called “BE MY ONE.” 

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Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji Won gained more popularity worldwide after their brilliant performance in the recently ended tvN K-drama “Queen of Tears.” The two worked together as a married couple who faced different trials and won against all odds. The series also broke tvN’s record and became the highest-rated tvN drama ever. The K-drama couple has been receiving several love calls from different advertisers because of the success of the series. 

Aside from their upcoming fan meetings, Kim Soo Hyun’s next K-drama project will possibly be the upcoming K-drama “Knock-Off” which will be helmed by director Park Hyun Suk (“Uncontrollably Fond” and “Stranger Season 2.”) 

Kim Ji Won on the other hand hasn’t chosen her next project after “Queen of Tears.” 

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