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Park Shin Hye visited Japan for her third consecutive solo fan meeting.
The actress visited Tokyo and Osaka for her “2014 Story of Angel in Japan” meeting on July 19 and 20.
The fan meeting was separated into a concert and a talk session, where Park talked extensively about her role on the popular Korean drama “Heirs.” During the concert portion of the event, Park Shin Hye sang a total of six songs, including “Breakup for You, Not Yet For Me,” “Arm Pillow,” “Pitch Black” and “My Dear,” according to the publication Allkpop.
"Park Shin Hye held solo fan meetings in Japan for three consecutive years since 2012, but this year’s concert was better than any of the previous ones. All of us could see her sincerity, passion, power and love for the fans," stated a representative.
Her brother, Park Shin Won, who composed “My Dear,” made a surprise guest appearance and played the guitar for the actress’ music performances. The songwriter also shared unknown stories about his younger sister, according to Yahoo Entertainment Singapore.
Park Shin Hye was also seen playing a “Cha Eun Sang impersonation” game with fans. She also busted out an apron as she made mango juice on stage.
Park will continue her solo tour in Shanghai, Chonqing, Beijing, Changsa, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore.
The 24-year-old actress made an appearance on the SBS program “One Night of TV Entertainment” last year for an interview with her “Heirs” co-stars where she revealed a few surprising details about herself.
During the course of her interview, her co-stars asked the fresh-faced beauty if she had ever considered cosmetic surgery, which is fairly common in the entertainment industry worldwide. Park revealed that although she had, she ultimately decided against it.
"As the tip of my nose is stumpy, I’ve heard people say, ‘Your nose is ugly,’ and ‘Your nose tip is divided,’ a lot, but it’s something only I have," explained Park.