CNBLUE's Jung Yong Hwa, Park Shin Hye Hold ‘Heartstrings’ Fan Meeting in Japan
By Staff Writer | June 16, 2012 12:11 PM EDT
Before his MBC drama 'Heartstrings' broadcasts in Japan, Jung Yong Hwa is having an official fan meeting at Japan’s Tokyo International Forum on June 16.
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In the official fan meeting, two leading actor and actress Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye are attending, and will feature clips of 'Heartstring' and unveil stories from the drama’s filming.
MBC drama 'Heartstrings' started in June is about college students who are dreaming about becoming musicians. Jung Yong Hwa acts as Lee Shin who is a vocal of the band the Stupid and a music student, and his charismatic eyebeams was a big issue.
Jung Yong Hwa composed an OST 'Because I Miss You' for this drama and the song was popular also. Furthermore, CNBLUE's drummer Kang Min Hyuk also joined in the drama as 'The Stupid's skilled drummer, Yeo Jun Hee.
'Heartstrings' will broadcast in Fuji TV showing Jung Yong Hwa's popularity in Japan, and fans are excited to see Jung Yong Hwa at the drama fan meeting.
In particular, Jung Yong Hwa has already proven himself not only as a singer, but as an actor also through the drama 'You’re Beautiful' which was quite popular in Japan. 'You’re Beautiful’ was broadcasted through Fuji TV and was remade into Japanese drama.
The drama 'Heartstrings' will be broadcasted on July 9 on Japan Fuji TV.
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