Korean singer and actor Kim Hyun-joong will attend a special promotional event in Japan for the premiere of TV series "Naughty Kiss" next month, according to his agency KEYEAST on Friday.
KEYEAST announced in a press release that Kim will hold a series of events titled "Premium Talk&Love" on March 13 held at the NHK Hall in Tokyo of Japan, which will also be broadcasted live in various movie theaters in the country, for the premiere of "Naughty Kiss" on Japan's Fuji TV in March and DATV in April 18.
Kim will talk to fans about shooting "Naughty Kiss," speak about his recent activities as well as give a special performance, while fans at the event will able to watch the first episode of the show before it airs on Fuji TV.
Kim made his debut as the leader of popular boy band SS501 in 2005 and became a household name throughout Asia after starring in KBS’ smash hit series “Boys Over Flowers” in 2009.
In "Naughty Kiss," the Korean small screen adaptation of the Japanese comic “Itazura na Kiss," he played the role of Baek Sung-jo last year and has visited various countries in Asia to promote the show.
He is currently preparing for the release of his solo album which will be released sometime in May.
credit : asiae