BY Adrienne Stanley | Jan 19, 2016 10:40 AM EST
Lee Min Ho captured the hearts of 4,000 audience members, who watched in rapt attention as the 28-year-old actor presented a unique performance during his Minoz Mansion "talk concert."
On January 19, Sports Chosun published an article which compiled photos released by Starhaus Entertainment and provided a synopsis of the interactive fan event.
"Lee talked about the first nine years since his debut, with delicate care and candid conversation," said the writer for Sports Chosun, in the concert coverage article.
During the 150 minute show, he spoke with the audience and performed several of his solo K-pop releases.
According to Sports Chosun, fans of Lee (popularly known as Minoz) traveled from China, Japan, and other nations to attend the event, which was held at Seoul's Kyung Hee University on January 16.
The sold out concert highlighted the numerous talents of the "Gangnam 1970" star, by focusing on his burgeoning career as a drama and film actor, as well as a successful spokesmodel for several key industries including the Korea Tourism Organization.
Lee donned a black and white houndstooth jacket and adopted a gray-suited look, appealing to audiences as a polished "flower boy."
Minoz Mansion marked the first time domestic audiences had the opportunity to attend a concert event featuring "The Heirs" actor since 2014.
The concert follows his 2015 mini album release, "The Day," a musical compilation dedication to his fans. Lee will perform in Japan on January 25 in a follow-up to his Seoul-based event.
Minoz Mansion precedes the release of his highly anticipated Korean-Chinese co-production film, "Bounty Hunters," which marks the second major silver screen role for the actor, who is widely recognized for his dramatic appearances in roles ranging from "Boys Over Flowers" and "City Hunter" to "The Heirs."
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