SINGAPORE — 2PM member Lee Jun-ho is set to return to Singapore for his first solo fan meeting on 8 December. This comes 12 years after the last time the K-pop group performed in Singapore in 2011.
JYP Entertainment, the agency representing Lee, announced the news in an Instagram post on Tuesday (12 September).
Lee's fan meeting tour in the latter months of this year, titled "Junho The Moment", will encompass several countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Singapore.
As of Tuesday, specific details about the venue and ticket prices for the fan meeting have not been disclosed.
From K-pop stardom to acting success
Lee gained fame as a member of the boy group 2PM, which included other members Nichkhun, Jun.K, Ok Taec-yeon, Jang Woo-young and Hwang Chan-sung.
Over their 15-year career, the group have produced numerous hits such as "My House", "I'll Be Back" and "Hands Up".
In addition to his music career, Lee has ventured into acting, making his movie debut in 2013's "Cold Eyes".
Since then, he has consistently landed lead roles, with his breakthrough performance as Yi-san in the 2021 drama "The Red Sleeve".
Lee's most recent role was in the South Korean romantic comedy series "King The Land", where he starred alongside South Korean singer-actress Yoona, a member of the K-pop girl group Girls' Generation.
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