ACTOR LEE MIN HO WARNS FANS NOT TO PURCHASE TICKETS OF FALSE SHANGHAI CONCERT
Being a top actor and singer comes with its share of disadvantages it seems. It is especially true for Lee Min Ho who is considered as one of the top Korean actors of 2015 with a huge fan base. However, there are some fans who are taking advantage of the actor’s popularity.
Of late, there has been a rumor about a talk concert coming to Shanghai on February 27, 2016; the concert “Minoz World: Minoz Mansion,” which was to happen at Mercedes-Benz Arena, is false. Sources confirm that the actor only has shows in Japan and Korea and no show in Shanghai has been confirmed yet.
With the rumors of the concert going round for quite some time, the official agency of the actor has released a statement warning the fans not to fall in such trap. As reported by Soompi.com, the agency issued a statement on December 12, 2015, saying that people are selling unauthorized tickets in many parts of China.
They further informed that the sale of any ticket with respect to concerts are done only through the official website of Lee Min Ho. Purchasing tickets through any other source apart from the ones that are mentioned in the website would be illegal.
A spokesperson on behalf of Starhaus also mentioned that they are planning to take legal action for the unauthorized sale of tickets.
As reported by Soompi.com, though the organizers are planning to bring Lee Min Ho in Shanghai as well, nothing has been finalized as of now. The actor, singer has shows lined up in Japan and Korea in the next month. While the performance in Japan has been fixed on January 25, the Korea show is scheduled to be held on January 16.
Since no show has been finalized for Shanghai province of China, fans were advised not to purchase any ticket at premium rates from anyone apart from the official sellers.
Currently the actor is filming for “Bounty Hunters” and has also released an album with the title “The Day.”
Photo Source: Facebook/ Lee Min Ho