Korean star Park Bo-gum postpones Manila fanmeet; tells Anne Curtis to "take care"

PHOTOS: @annecurtissmitth on IG & @BOGUMMY on Twitter

PHOTOS: @annecurtissmitth on IG & @BOGUMMY on Twitter

Korean actor Park Bo-gum has postponed his Manila fanmeet, three days before it was scheduled to take place at the Mall of Asia Arena. 

 

The event, which was originally set for this Saturday, has now been moved to June 22 due to the recent earthquakes being felt in various parts of the country. 

Bo-gum, who is best known for his shows Reply 1988 and Love in the Moonlight, apologized to his fans on Twitter and said that he would be praying for the country's protection. 

The postponement came just hours after Anne Curtis tweeted about her excitement for the fanmeet, which she was supposed to host. 

Anne is a known K-drama fanatic who frequently posts about her favorite Korean shows. 

Bo-gum responded to Anne's tweet after announcing the postponement, saying that he hopes to meet her again soon. 

Anne also thanked the Korean actor for his concern and said that she and her fellow fans understood the reason for the postponement.

Bo-gum's fanmeet is part of his 2019 Asia Tour, called "May Your Every Day Be A Good Day." The rescheduled fanmeet on June 22 will still be held at the Mall of Asia Arena. 

 

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