Hallyu star Lee Min-ho was received with wild enthusiasm on his first visit to Indonesia last weekend.
The actor hosted his first fan meet-and-greet session at Jakarta Convention Center’s Plenary hall in Indonesia on March 23 with some 5,000 fans gathered, his agency Starhaus Entertainment said on March 27.
“I’m sorry that I couldn’t make it before now and I thank you for waiting for me for such a long time,” Lee said in his hand-written letter at the sold-out fan event, where his die-hard fans chose to keep standing for the whole three hours.
Officials from Starhaus explained that Lee’s visit was belated due to the “Boys over Flowers” star’s tight schedule, which didn’t allow him to answer numerous calls for visits in the region after the drama series such as “Personal Taste,” “City Hunter” and most recently, “Faith” proved to be such hits there.
The time-slipping series, opposite actress Kim Hee-seon, is slated to hit the airwaves in the country from May.
In a bid to respond to the fans’ overwhelming support, the 25-year-old star is set to drop his first mini-album early May. He will embark on Asia tour in late May, starting with Seoul.