Singer, K-pop star with 2 PM, songwriter, and actor Lee Jun Ho has some big news: His first major international fan meeting tour, Junho The Moment, will see him stop in eight Asian cities, one of which is Kuala Lumpur.
The tour is slated to commence in October 2023 in Taipei and will take him across eight Asian cities where eager fans can get to meet their idol.
Lee Jun Ho in Kuala Lumpur: Details on his Asian leg of Junho The Moment fan meeting tour
Junho The Moment tour kick-starts in Taipei, Taiwan, on October 14 and will travel to China, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore, before concluding in Bangkok, Thailand, on December 10.
Lee and his agent JYP Entertainment officially shared the news on X (formerly Twitter). The 10 Out Of 10 singer also shared the poster on his Instagram account to spread the word.
This marks his debut solo fan meeting tour since he first stepped on the musical stage. It builds on the 2022 fan meeting in Seoul, titled “Junho The Moment”, held in honour of his birthday. Lee Jun Ho’s upcoming fan meeting tour will happen in Kuala Lumpur on November 18, 2023. If you’re unable to attend the KL event, he will be in Singapore on December 8, 2023. This visit comes 12 years after the K-pop boy band’s first concert in the Lion City in 2011.
With his soaring success both as a singer and actor, the fan meeting tour is seeing a broader horizon across major Asian cities. Venue and ticketing details haven’t yet been announced for the fan meeting tour in Kuala Lumpur, so stay tuned for more info.
Lee Jun-ho’s career
Lee Jun Ho joined 2 PM in 2008 and soon became a music sensation. Besides him, the band comprises Jun.K, Nichkhun, Ok Taec-yeon, Jang Woo-young and Hwang Chan-sung.
Their 15-year-long musical journey has witnessed several hits such as Without U, I’ll Be Back, Hands Up, Beautiful and A.D.T.O.Y. Their 2023 anniversary concert was a massive event that saw a sold-out Jamsil Indoor Stadium in Seoul on September 9.
Like many other K-pop idols, Lee Jun Ho also pivoted to acting. On the acting front, Lee recently garnered attention with his role in the Korean drama series King The Land (2023), which features Im Yoon-ah, Go Won-Hee, Kim Jae-Won and Anupam Tripathi. While he made his debut in 2013 with Cold Eyes, his breakthrough role came with the K-drama The Red Sleeve in 2021.
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