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  • Park Yong Ha's Fans Visit Film Concerts in Japan
  • [2011-06-30]
  • Around 25,000 fans have participated in the late Hallyu star Park Yong Ha's film concerts, which have been held a total of 27 times in nine different cities in Japan.




    Hallyu star Park Yong Ha, who passed away last year in June, has had film concerts held on his behalf in Japan, and many of his Japanese fans have been visiting the film concerts. The concert entitled "Park Yong Ha FILMS 2004~2010 ☆We LOVE Yong Ha☆" was held twice at Tokyo International Forum Hall in Yurakucho, Tokyo on June 22, and his family members including his mother Oh Young Ran and many fans watched the video that contains his performances filmed during his lifetime. Before the opening of the film concert, Park's agency Pony Canyon presented a memorial tablet to his mother to commemorate his huge achievement over the six years since his Japanese debut in 2004. His mother Oh Young Ran said, "For me, he seems to have been present in Japan for this concert. I and my family members will live our entire lives as if he were still with us. I really thank many of his fans who have shown their love and concern to him and his family so far. I have come to have the habit of looking at my mobile phone many times, because I feel like listening to a phone call from Yong Ha saying, 'Mom, I am preparing my concert in Japan now.'"




    Video images containing Park's live performances singing his 17 hit songs such as "Forever," "One Love," and "Stars," his concert tour, videos demonstrating his everyday life and interviews were played during the film concert. The concert has begun from March 5 at Nikata, and it will be held a total of 27 times in nine cities all around Japan until the last concert in Sendai on July 7. Around 25,000 fans are expected to visit the concerts. A part of the profits from his concerts will be donated to Red Cross Japan, and it will be used for earthquake recovery in Japan.

    In addition, a memorial event commemorating the first anniversary of Park's death was held at Memorial Park located in Bundang in Kyunggido on June 30, and around 1,200 Japanese fans participated in the event.

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