Singer Park Jung-min held his first solo fan meetings in Japan this week, according to his agency CNR Media on Friday.
A press release from CNR announced that Park’s first fan meeting held twice on December 22 at Osaka’s NHK Hall in Japan attracted a total about 4,000 fans, while 3,000 fans attended his second meet-and-greet the following day at JCB Hall in Tokyo, Japan.
On Tuesday, Park held an autograph session for the release of his first Japanese photo book titled “Present.”
Park made his debut as one of the members in boy band SS501 along with Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Kyu-jong, Heo Young-saeng and Kim Hyung-jun in 2005. He signed with CNR media in August to continue with his singing career after their contract with DSP Media expired in June this year.
His first solo album “Not Alone” will go on sale next month and will hold a showcase and fan meeting in Korea to celebrate the release.
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