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Kim Hyun Joong holds a fan meeting with nearly 6,000 fans

Kim Hyun Joong made precious memories with his domestic and overseas fans.

On January 21, Kim met nearly 6,000 fans at “2012 Kim Hyun Joong Fan Meeting in Seoul,” which took place at the Jamsil Indoor Stadium.

The stadium was overcrowded with a large number of fans, who came to see Kim.

Started with a fancy laser show, the stadium was filled with a lot of excitement throughout the fan meeting.

Staring his fan meeting with “Let Me Go” and “Breakdown,” songs from his first mini album, Kim talked about his life and plans for 2012 with Park Seul Gi, a host of Kim’s fan meeting.

In the segment of “Kim Hyun Joong as a troubleshooter,” which Kim had to listen to his fans’ worries and offer solutions, Kim received applause by sincerely listening to three fans’ worries and offering witty and clear solutions. He also got a laugh from the audience by inviting one of the three fans up to the stage and singing a song while creating a scene that perfectly described the lyrics.

Kim also invited his two dogs to the stage. His dogs also received an enthusiastic response by showing all kinds of greeting that they learned at a pet school.

The fan meeting was followed by Kim’s hit songs, “Kiss Kiss,” “Lucky Guy,” “One More Time,” and “I’m Your Man.”

He also took a picture with the 6,000 fans on the auditorium for background to thank them for coming to his fan meeting despite the fact that it was the Lunar New Year’s holiday.

Kim said, “I’ll become a singer who can give you more than what you gave me. I’ll try my best to become a good singer and actor.”

Kim is flying to Japan on January 22 before releasing his Japanese debut single album on January 25.

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