(Photo : Euphoria ) Lee Min Ho effectivelyfinished his first Japanese "talk concert" on January 25, entrancing an target market of 10,000 with performances of his fan-dedicated tracks adding "The Day" and "Thank You."
On January 26, his agency, Starhaus Entertainment, released reputablefootage from the event.The domestic outlet, Korea's Economy, published a comprehensive document of the display titled, Minoz Mansion, in the Superstar N column.
The 28-year-old Hallyu star took the level of the Yokohama Pacifico Middlefor 2 shows, which have been held at 2 p.m. and seven p.m.
Before embarking on his inaugural Japanese communicate concert, Lee took to social media to request questions from his admirers attempted to ascertaina feeling of intimacy with his adoring followers.
"I think genuineconversationstarts amongst talking," stated Lee, in a quote published by way of the U.K. outlet, BNTNews. "I'll attempt toget ready get-togetherswith fans, more often, so I could bein a position to continue to have interactions with them."
During the 150-minute show, Lee engaged the audience thrua mix of song and private anecdotes, offering a candid glance at his day by daylifestyles and his perceptions of his meteoric upward push to fame, after nine years as a Korean entertainer.
Minoz Mansion follows the luck of "Gangnam 1970," which premiered for Japanese audiences in July 2015, to serious acclaim.
His Japanese appearance follows his January 16 "talk concert" in Seoul, which welcomed 4,000 attendees from Korea, China, Japan, and a bunch of other nations.
Speculation surrounding his next assignment continues to rise, following reports that he'sdefinitelytaking into account a role in an upcoming K-Drama helmed by "City Hunter" director, Jin Hyuk, and "You Who Got here from the Stars" screenwriter, Park Ji Eun.
While his prestige with the project remains unconfirmed, moviegoers will be ableto look Lee, when he returns to theaters in the Korean-Chinese blockbuster, "Bounty Hunters."