BY Adrienne Stanley | Feb 18, 2015 05:24 PM EST
K-Drama stars have expanded their use of social media beyond Twitter and Instagram, with Weibo serving as a resource to reach Chinese speaking fans.
Lee Joong Gi delivered wishes for a prosperous New Year through his Weibo account.
He is currently filming “Begin Again” which was previously known as “Under the Sicily Sun.” The actor will be working during the holiday as opposed to spending the time at home.
As Lunar New Year celebrations commence, many Korean celebrities will deliver personal messages for their fans through their social media accounts.
Here are 20 Weibo accounts for fans of Korean drama and variety shows.
Actors and actresses to follow on Weibo.
Song Jae Rim (@songjaelim0218) used Weibo to post teaser photos for his upcoming KBS drama “Unkind Women,” which premiers on February 22.
Kim So Eun (@kimsoeun0906) posts candid photos on her Weibo.
Kim Soo Hyun (@soohyunk) uses Weibo for messages but also posts photos from his endorsements.
Lee Jong Suk (@withleejongsuk) provided updates of his Chinese fan meetings through Weibo.
Han Ji Min (@hanjimin1105) uploads photos from her commercial shoots.
Kim Woo Bin (@kimwoobin2013) chronicles his fan events through his account.
Park Shin Hye (@ssinz0218) microblogs in Korean and Chinese.
Lee Min Ho (@actorleeminho) has a strong Weibo presence to match his fan base on Twitter.
Weibo accounts variety show fans should follow.
“Running Man” stars Lee Kwang Soo (@actorleekwangsoo), Kim Jong Kook (@jongkookk), and Gary can be found on Weibo.Kim Jong Kook used his account to promote the recent Chinese film adaptation of the popular variety show.
Song Ji Hyo (@jihyosong0815) uses her Weibo account to post messages including her thank you message in acceptance of her DramaFever Award.
Other accounts of interest
Jung Yong Hwa (@jyheffect89) keeps his fans entertained through his Weibo account and interacts with celebrities like JJ Lin.
Fans of Jang Geun Suk will enjoy his endorsement photos for Tong Yi Xian Chengduo.
JYP Entertainment’s web drama “Dream Knight” has its own Weibo account.
Beijing Sidus HQ is the Chinese SNS account for Sidus HQ.
The Korean publication Bnt News updates their Weibo account with recent pictorials.
China Lion Films is the distributor for Chinese language films including “Running Man” and Kris’ “Somewhere Only We Know.”
Lotte Duty Free uses Weibo for holiday messages.
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