After postponing fan meet, Park Bo-Gum thanks Anne Curtis for hosting duties
Park Bo-Gum reached out to Anne Curtis after his Manila fan meeting was postponed.
The South Korean actor, 25, was set to have an event this Saturday, April 27, but it has been postponed to June 22 at the Mall of Asia Arena due to the recent earthquakes in the country.
Earlier on Wednesday, April 24, Curtis expressed excitement in preparing for the event.
She tweeted, “Reading my script for @BOGUMMY Good Day in Manila. Ang swerte ng mga fan girls na mapipili (The chosen fangirls will be so lucky) to re-enact scenes from ‘Encounter’!”
“Encounter” is Park’s high-rated Korean drama where he plays a man who falls for an older woman.
The Korean heartthrob replied to Curtis: “Hi Anne! Thank you for sparing your time to emcee the ‘Good day’ in Manila event. Though we cannot meet this time, I hope we’ll meet soon again. I’ll pray for the Philippines. Take care!”
Hi Anne! Thank you for sparing your time to emcee the 'Good day' in Manila event. Though we cannot meet this time, I hope we'll meet soon again. I'll pray for the Philippines. Take care!
— 박보검 (@BOGUMMY) April 24, 2019
Curtis said, “I must say that it is my pleasure to be your emcee and most importantly, us, Filipino fans understand why you have to postpone ‘Good Day’ and we are very thankful for your concern for our country.”
In his Twitter account, Park apologized for the rescheduling and wrote, “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.” JB
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