The reason why Korean actor Ji Chang Wook fan meeting in Manila, Taiwan Thailand, and South Korea was postponed was due to coronavirus diseased 2019.
Fan meeting is where the fans got the chance to see and get along with their fans without doing performances. Some artist allows their fans to make requests.
Due to the COVID-19 diseased, the fan meeting of the Korean actor was postponed. The virus caused the death of 2000 and sickened ten of thousands of people.
Ji Chang Wook was the lead actor of the Netflix entitled ‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. And he was set to visit the Philippines this February. The sponsor of the event Noah Centineo and Lana Condor’s decided to cancel the event due to the COVID-19.
In the article, fans were asking for the reschedule of the fan meeting. However, Netflix and Bench haven’t posted any updates yet.
Korean star Ji Chang Wook agency here in the Philippines in Glorious Entertainment. They said, “In order to prevent the spread of the Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and related damage, we decided to postpone the ‘Ji Chang Wook 2020 Asia Tour Fan Meeting’ in Manila (Philippines). The performance will be included in the Asia Fan-Meeting Tour that will resume later.”
Based on Cosmopolitan, Ji Chang Wook’s tour in Asia was supposed to start in January. His tour included stops in Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines. Aside from his meet and greet in the Philippines, his events in Taiwan, Thailand, and South Korea have been postponed too.
The Korean actor is known for his tv series dramas such as “The K2,” “Suspicious Partner,” and “Melting Me Softly.”
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