BY Adrienne Stanley | Nov 24, 2015 12:18 PM EST
Lee Min Ho and his agency, Starhaus Entertainment, addressed concerns from his fans regarding his upcoming sold-out, "talk concert."
On November 24, Starhaus Entertainment announced that 3,000 seats had been reserved by his fan club, known as Minoz. The agency confirmed that the event was sold-out through these reservations.
"[Due to the] nature of the concert, which was talking, not music, seating was limited to 3,000 tickets," said a spokesperson, in a statement published by Sports Biz.
The representative went on to state that organizers considered opening up additional tickets, to include more fans. While this would impact the intimacy of the show, organizers maintained that the performance would be a crowd pleaser.
The article also noted that Lee communicated with fans throughout Asia, after discovering that potential concert goers were upset about the ticketing process.
Sports Biz noted the unusual nature of the concert and the high demand for the tickets, which is attributed to the global popularity of the 28-year-old actor, who is currently the international ambassador for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and a spokesmodel for the Korea Tourism Organization.
The "talk concert," titled MINOZ World, marks the first opportunity for domestic fans to witness this type of performance from the Hallyu star, since his 2013 RE:MINOZ shows.
While he has not appeared in a K-Drama since the 2013 teen series, "The Heirs," Lee continues to successfully transition from television to a become a leading film star.
On November 20, he accepted the honor of Best New Actor at the 52nd Daejong Film Awards, for his breakout role in the 2015 period crime noir, "Gangnam 1970."
He is currently filming the Korean-Chinese blockbuster, "Bounty Hunters," which is expected to solidify his position as a top movie actor.
Lee Min Ho is scheduled to appear before fans, for the intimate engagement on January 16, 2015.
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