Park Shin Hye To Embark On Fan Meeting Tour, ‘Doctors’ Actress To Visit Asian Countries
Lucky Asian fans may soon have the chance to see one of their favorite South Korean actresses in a special meet-and-greet event. Park Shin Hye is set to visit several Asian countries for her 2017 fan meeting tour.
The "Doctors" actress is gearing up for her upcoming fan meeting tour that is slated to begin in June. In a recent announcement by Park Shin Hye's agency, as obtained by Korea Herald, S.A.L.T. Entertainment unveiled the South Korean star's initial three country tour line-up.
Park Shin Hye will be meeting her fans in Hong Kong, before traveling to Taiwan and Singapore. Avid followers of the "Doctors" star can also look forward to the addition of more event dates in other Asian country locations in the coming weeks.
It appears that S.A.L.T. Entertainment and event organizers are still finalizing the details of Park Shin Hye's upcoming fan meetings. Given the impending release of the actress' new movie "Silence," the "Heirs" star is expected to split her time traveling to Asian countries for the fan events and going back to South Korea for the film's promotional activities.
"Silence" will mark the actress' return to the big screen. Park Shin Hye last appeared in the movie "Annoying Brothers" with co-stars EXO's D.O. and "Jealousy Incarnate" actor Jo Jung Suk. Prior to the said movie, the actress portrayed the former student rebel turned surgeon in the SBS drama "Doctors."
After completing "Doctors" and filming activities for "Silence," the actress focused her attention on accomplishing photo shoots for various brands and magazines. Park Shin Hye even appeared in Jung Joonil's music video "Wish."
In an earlier interview, Park Shin Hye described Jung Joonil as one of her favorite musicians. She even conveyed her happiness in having had the chance to star in the singer's music video, All Kpop quoted the actress as saying.
The "Wish" music video that featured Park Shin Hye was released in mid-March. Meanwhile, "Silence" is expected to hit South Korean movie theaters in the second half of 2017.