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Actor Lee Jun Ki has Over 2 Million Followers on Weibo!

By Staff Writer | September 12, 2012 05:07 PM EDT

Actor Lee Jun Ki has 2 Million Followers on Weibo!
Actor Lee Jun Ki has 200,000 Followers on Weibo! (Photo : d)

Actor Lee Jun Ki's popularity in China is rising.

Lee Jun Ki's Weibo, China's version of Twitter, has recently been gaining attention with over 2 million followers. 

An official commented, "Lee Jun Ki is popular in China because he is talented in both acting and singing. His fame in China does not seem like it will go away soon."

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When asked about his huge number of followers, Lee Jun Ki commented, "I am so thankful that all these people are supporting me. To think that over 2 million people are always supporting me gives me great strength."

His agency commented, "We are always trying to find ways for him to be able to interact and communicate with his fans in a quick manner. Weibo allows him to quickly connect with his fans even during his busy schedules."

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