Park Bo Gum Draws 15,000 Fans In Sold-Out Fan Meeting In Japan
A week after the successful kick-off of his 2019 Asia Tour, Park Bo Gum notched another impressive show in Japan.
Park Bo Gum’s smile can fill even one of the world’s largest arenas. An incredible mammoth crowd of 15,000 fans came to witness the “Nation’s Boyfriend” as he marked the second leg of his “Good Day” Asia tour, at the Saitama Super Arena on February 3.
Looking dashing like a prince, Park appeared with a bright smile and greeted his fans who have been longing to see him.
On the first part of his fan meeting, Park excited the fans with the scenes from his recent drama Encounter and filled them in with anecdotes of behind the scene moments with his fellow actors.
The actor also expressed his warmest answers to his fans questions. Furthermore, he showed his affection to his fans by giving gifts he prepared by himself.
It Was More Than A Fan Meeting. It was A Concert!
Moving on to the second part of the event, Park showed his other side as an entertainer. Showcasing his unique charm with various songs and performances, the audience’ eyes reflected they were under his love spell.
To make the night more special, he performed a ballad song with a piano accompaniment that made the crowd swoon.
A favorite of Japanese fans, Park Bo Gum has been getting a lot of love from them. Apparently, in 2017, Park also held two huge fan meetings at Tokyo International Forum and Makuhari Messe.
With the love and support given to him by his Japanese followers, Park reciprocated it with an overwhelming fan service that exceeded their expectations.
Through the fans’ shared posts in social media, Park was seen floating in the air lifted by a giant balloon which paraded inside the arena. Reaching fans in the bleachers, Park got closer encounter with the cheering attendees.
The 2019 Park Bo Gum Asia tour <Good Day: May Your Everyday Be A Good Day.> will continue it’s next stop on February 16, in Bangkok.
He will get on to bring good days to his fans in Singapore on March 9, followed by Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei and Manila.