Fans line up in Japan to get glimpse of Korean stars

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Fans line up in Japan to get glimpse of Korean stars


More than 4,000 fans gathered at Haneda Airport in Japan on Sunday to see Hallyu stars Bae Yong-jun and Kim Hyun-joong, who flew to Tokyo to participate in a charity event this week.

“Around 300 security officers had to be urgently mobilized because of the sudden rush of fans and press,” Keyeast, the stars’ management company, said in a press release. Some fans waited hours, and even overnight, to catch a glimpse of Bae and Kim. The stars flew into Haneda from Gimpo Airport in Seoul. They will attend a charity function on Tuesday.

Hannah Kim, contributing writer

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