Saturday, January 2, 2010

Kim Hyunjoong Is Hallyu King?

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Idol group SS501's Kim Hyun Joong's hallyu star position is being recognized. Kim Hyun Joong recently participated in Japan Fuji TV New Year Special variety show which the recording lasted for 3 hours. This program also invited senior stars in Japan, Kim Hyun Joong was the only invited Korean Star. Kim Hyun Joong successfully completed the program recording, showing his fluent Japanese which he learned during his Japan promotion period.

The program's person-in-charged said: "SS501 has very high popularity in Japan, the popularity of drama 'Boys over Flowers' which Kim Hyun Joong acted in continue to increase. Kim Hyun Joong received exclusive invitation by Japan renown tv station's to participate in their program filming.

Kim Hyun Joong started his promotion activity in Japan as a singer, KBS 'Boys over Flowers' role 'Yoon Ji Hoo' gained rather high popularity and strengthen his position in Japan as the Hallyu star. Having an external look of a charming boy, great charisma on stage, these has increase his ladies fan base. Kim Hyun Joong as the member of SS501, not only gaining popularity in Japan only but in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and other Asia countries.

'Boys over Flower' received good responses in more than 10 countries, leading the hallyu hot wave. Kim Hyun Joong's unique acting skill portray a romantic lover who touches the female's heart. In 14 December , Hong Kong 2009 Yahoo! Asia Buzz Award, Kim Hyun Joong won 3 awards, Asia Buzz Male Star, Taiwan Netizen selection Best Korea Male Star, and Korea Netizen selection Best Male Star Award. Kim Hyun Joong has already received his recognition as a star.

Kim Hyun Joong together with SS501 will be holding their concert in Thai in January*. (Note: The concert date has changed to 13 February 2010)


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