It's official: K-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo star Park Eun-bin's Singapore fan meet is on Nov 11
The actress, who plays a lawyer who is on the autism spectrum in the popular TV series, will be in town on Nov 11 for a fan meet at Capitol Theatre.
It's official: Extraordinary Attorney Woo's lead star Park Eun-bin's fan meet will be held on Nov 11, 8pm, at Capitol Theatre.
The 30-year-old actress will be in town for Eun-bin Note: Binkan Live In Singapore, which is presented by video streaming service Viu.
Tickets go on sale on Oct 12, noon, at https://allaccess-asia.com/. They’ll be priced from S$128 to S$188 (excluding booking fees).
Ticket holders who are also Viu Premium members will get the chance to bring home an unreleased photocard of the actress from the event.
There will also be a lucky draw for signed posters for ticket holders. Meanwhile, VIP and Cat A ticket holders will stand a chance to win a polaroid selfie with Park in another lucky draw. Other treats in store include special merchandise gift sets.
Park’s agency, Namoo Actors, had earlier said in a statement that following the success of the South Korean meet earlier this month, the actress will be embarking on her first overseas tour to meet fans who have shown her love and support.
According to The Korea Times, tickets for the event in South Korea sold out immediately after reservations opened.
The Asian fan meet will kick off in Manila, Philippines, on Oct 23 at SM Sky Dome. The following month, she will also head to Bangkok and Tokyo, aside from Singapore.
In the hit series, Park plays Woo Young-woo, a talented lawyer who is on the autism spectrum. The series is currently ranked in the Top 10 of TV shows on Netflix in 21 countries, including Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Mexico and Peru.
In August, one of the production companies involved in the show announced that a second season was being discussed, with the goal of airing in 2024.
Park debuted as a child model at the age of four in 1996. Fans can also catch her in other Netflix shows such as Do You Like Brahms?; The King’s Affection; Hello, My Twenties! and more.