Sunday, November 3, 2013

[Article] ‘The Heirs’ Lee Min Ho receives support from international fans ‘Korean Wave star’

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[TV Report=Moon Ji-youn] Fans of actor Lee Min-ho is sending support that knows no border. Both national and international fans from America and Japan are supporting the actor.



Lee Min-ho is appearing in SBS’s drama series ‘Those Who Want the Crown, Withstand the Weight of it - The Heirs (written by Kim Eun-suk, directed by Kang Shin-hyo)’ as the heir of Jeguk Group Kim Tan, showing cute and whimsical charm. His fans clubs are sending snacks and beverages to him at filming sites.



The members of Korea’s DC Inside ‘Lee Min-ho Gallery have recently prepared a buffet meal for actors and staff members in outdoor filming and sent presents to them. The fans drew laughter by calling themselves ‘the largest shareholder of Kim Tan’ and putting up a banner saying, “Buffet good for kidneys.” In the drama, Kim Tan made fun of Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye) mentioning her kidneys.



‘Min-ho Gumtakji Japan prepared over 100 delicious lunchboxes. The wrapping paper had the phrase, “Will you eat my lunchbox?,” which was a parodied version of “Will you come to my home?” the question asked by Kim Tan to Eun-sang when they first met. 
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‘Minoz Japan donated 48 cans of powder milk to an child care center that they knew in Photo Exhibition of Love’ held by Cho Se-hyun. In addition, 15 tons of rice sent by fans from around the world to celebrate the appearance of Lee Min-ho in the drama are expected to be sent to welfare centers for the disabled and the needy by the end of this year.



During the Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) holidays when Lee Min-ho was filming in the U.S., his American fan club and South American fans living in the U.S. visited him to treat him a meal. They sent specially-ordered rice cake to the filming crew so that they can forget about loneliness of staying overseas during the holidays. The Chilean fans are planting trees in the name of Lee Min-h in Patagonia Forest devastated by fire



International fans of Lee Min-ho are making donations and doing volunteer work. Chinese fans sent donation money to UNICEF several times in the name of Lee Min-ho.



Lee Min-ho, who is receiving support from fans from around the world, uploaded pictures on his social networking account and left a comment to express his gratitude. He said, “I thank my fans for supporting me from behind and afar, and with all their heart.”



Lee Min-ho is playing a rich man with a wounded heart Kim Tan in ‘The Heirs.



By Moon Ji-youn annbebe@tvreport.co.kr/ Photograph=Starhaus Entertainment

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