Actor Lee Min Ho to Release First Album and Start 10 City Tour this May
By Staff Writer | March 14, 2013 08:55 AM EDT
Hallyu star Lee Min Ho will be releasing his first album and being his 10 city live tour this May.
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His agency stated, "Lee Min Ho will be releasing his special album worldwide. At the end of May he will start his tour in Korea and continue on to China, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and more. He will be doing his tour until July."
They continued, "This album is not with the intentions to debut as a singer but a way to express his thanks to his fans. He has received numerous requests from fans in Korea and overseas and so he has decided to hold this tour so that he will be able to see fulfill his fans requests. This album took 2 years to prepare and create." They also plan on donating part of the profit to charity.
Lee Min Ho has released songs from time to time at fan meetings and such, but it is his first time to release an actual album.
Lee Min Ho commented, "My only goal is to become a great actor. Singing is not my thing. However, I have decided to release this album for my fans."
Lee Min Ho became a sudden rising Hallyu star after his role in the 2009 drama, "Boys over Flowers."
His agency commented, "After 'Boys over Flowers', he gained much attention and love calls after his drama, 'City Hunter' in countries such as Europe and South America."
They also continued by saying that his husky voice will give off an emotional and deep sound and that it is an album to watch out for.
Lee Min Ho also recently was in L.A. to attend the Toyota Camry event. He held a meet and greet there with fans who were chosen through a raffle after playing their online game that featured the system and background of Toyota.
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