KCON 2016 lingers to sprout its Los Angeles artist line-up with "Bounty Hunters" star Lee Min Ho on the track. The yearly fan conference intends to foster the K-pop culture over South Korea. Moreover, it has been speculated that Minho was able to outshine Song Joong-ki and Kim Rae-won, but that rumors are still unconfirmed and were debunked.
The 29-summer-old Hallyu star, Lee Min Ho, will be attending as a rep for K-dramas and moviedom in the Los Angeles leg of the yearly K-pop conference, Naver reported. He will be joining the said South Korean artists, who are ZE:A's Yim Si Wan, and "A Werewolf Boy" star Park Bo-young.
Rejoicing its fifth festival, KCON 2016 LA is announced to show from July 29 to 31 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Novo by Microsoft, and the Staples Center. The much awaited KCON anniversary vows a host of thrilling liveliness dedicated to "all things Hallyu."
The three-day conference is anticipated to be filled with intriguing performances, workshops, booths and panels, with more than 150 businesses partaking. It is reported that participants can look for booths with various aspects of Korean culture, like music, film, television, fashion and beauty.
KCON 2016 LA line-up also incorporates Bangtan Boys (BTS), Girls' Generation-TTS (Taeyeon, Tiffany, and Seohyun), CNBLUE, GFriend, Twice, Block B, DΞΔN, SHINee, Astro, and I.O.I. KCON's New York line-up, on the other side of the coin, are Dynamic Duo, Crush, Ailee, Seventeen, BToB, BTS, Day6, Eric Nam and MAMAMOO.
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For now, Lee will be coming back with his drama in SBS's forthcoming Wednesdays and Thursdays TV lists entitled "The Legend of the Blue Sea." The 20-episode fancy drama, together with the veteran actress Jun Ji Hyun (aka Gianna Jun), is based on "Euo Yadam."
"The scriptwriter has thinks that Jun Ji Hyun and Lee Min Ho would be the perfect combo at the very start, and produced the personalities for them," Culture Depot said according to Variety, "The actors also trusted the writer and the director so much that they confirmed their participation immediately."