Lee Seung Gi to Spend a Night with Fans in Malaysia in November
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 09:49 AM EDT
Korean male artist, Lee Seung Gi, is coming to Malaysia in November. To give his Malaysian fans an experience to remember, the actor will be conducting a fan meeting "Tonight with Lee Seung Gi" in Malaysia at Kenanga Wholesale City on November 2nd.
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Lee Seung Gi is famous for being a well-rounded entertainer -- gaining respect for being an actor, a singer, a host and an entertainer. He started out as an actor for the MBC daily sitcom "Nonstop 5" in 2004. After then, his popularity rose via the dramas "Shining Inheritance/Brilliant Legacy", "My Girlfriend Is A Gumiho", and recently starring with top-notch Korean actress Ha Ji won for "King 2 Hearts".
Lee Seung Gi is most memorable for being an entertainer, which is something fans can look forward to in a fan meeting setting. In 2011, he won a Daesang (grand prize) for TV for hosting "1Night 2 Days" on KBS, and also the Best Male Entertainer Award for his work co-hosting Strong Heart with Kang Ho Dong.
Fans in Malaysia can meet Lee Seung Gi up close and personal on November 2nd at Kenanga Wholesale City. Ticket prices are RM528 (VVIP, includes group photo session and poster), RM358 (includes poster), RM128.
Updates about the event can be found here on KpopStarz and also by checking the organizer's Facebook page (Jazzy Group on Facebook), tuning into the official radio partners 988, Red FM and Suria FM or official TV partner 8TV.
Source: Jazzy Group Official Event Press Release
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