Park Bogum’s fan meeting in the Philippines has been rescheduled to June 22, 2019 at the Mall of Asia Arena.
This was announced through Park’s agency, Blossom Entertainment.
This is Blossom Entertainment.
This is notification about ‘2019 PARK BO GUM ASIA TOUR’.
The performance in the Philippines, which should have been held on April 27th (Saturday) is postponed because of the recent earthquake. We offer our deepest condolences to those who suffered damage and to the families involved in this earthquake.
We would like to express our apology to the many fans who have been waiting for this fanmeeting.
But most of all, we made this decision because we think the safety of our fans is the most important. We also hope the fans would be so kind to understand.
It is rescheduled to be held on June 22nd (Saturday) at Mall of Asia Arena.
Local organizer and promoter Ovation Productions and ABS-CBN also issued a statement following the announcement of the cancellation. In the statement, they reiterated the rescheduled fan meeting date on June 22 which Blossom Entertainment announced earlier. They also added that the tickets sold with the original date will be honored on the new fan meeting schedule.
Popular Korean drama actor and Hallyu star Park Bogum cancelled his April 27 fan meeting in Manila.
In a tweet posted April 24, Park announced the postponement of his fan meeting due to the recent earthquake in the Philippines. “I apologize to all who have been waiting for the event and ask for your kind understanding,” he said in the first of the two-part tweet. He also offered his condolences and prayers to the victims of the earthquake.
My heartfelt condolences and consolation to the victims of the earthquake and their families. I'll pray for the Philippines, and may God's protection and care always be with all people in the Philippines.
— 박보검 (@BOGUMMY) April 24, 2019
Korean stars are known to postpone events in light of disasters. The April 27 event is supposed to be Park’s first fan meeting in Manila.
Local organizer and promoter Ovation Productions has yet to release an official statement regarding the cancelled fan meet.
The Philippines has been recently hit by a series of earthquakes. A 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit Luzon on April 22, followed by a 6.5 magnitude in Leyte in Visayas on April 23. A couple more light to minor earthquakes shook other parts of the country on April 24.