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Lee Jun Ki Japan Oricon DVD Chart 1st Place!

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2012 09:16 AM EDT

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Singer and actor Lee Jun Ki's popularity could be seen through his rankings on the Oricon chart.

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Lee Jun Ki's fan meeting DVD, "Coming Back", ranked 1st place on Japan's Oricon Chaart for the DVD category.

This fan meeting was from last March after his release from the army. He toured Nagoya, Yokohama and Osaka meeting with over 18,000 fans.

This DVD contained clips from the performance, in the rehearsal room and many other clips that gained much attention from his fans.

With his rising popularity in Japan, he has been offered many gigs, but he has rejected them due to his new MBC drama, "Arang and the Magistrate."

An official stated, "After being released from the army, he has been gaining more popularity. He is going to work hard on his new drama and we hope that fans will support him."

Lee Jun Ki will be playing the role of a person who can see ghosts in his new drama, "Arang and the Magistrate". It will be a love story between a human and a ghost.

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