Awww. I’m gonna miss them.

As we told you, the cast of You’re Beautiful were in Japan to shoot their final episode. As part of that, the fictitious idol group A.N.JELL, composed of Jang Geun Suk, Park Shin Hye, Jung Yong Hwa and Lee Hong Ki had an autograph signing session with the Japanese fans. The group then went back to Seoul and held a mini concert with thousands of fans acting as their audience.

The band played songs from the original soundtrack of You’re Beautiful including the uberly addicting “Promise,” Jang Geun Suk’s solo “Goodbye” and Park Shin Hye’s “Lovely Day.”

Good thing HamTun237@youtube posted some fancam videos from the mini-concert. Don’t forget to tune in to SBS this Wednesday and Thursday for the final episodes of You’re Beautiful.

Credits: HamTun237@youtube for the videos.

Mytor

Mytor writes news stories for a living and watches K-dramas for leisure. She enjoys doing both for Hallyudorama.

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13 Comments

  1. i’ve read an article stating that jang geun suk does not want to become a singer. do you know the reason why? i really love his voice.

  2. I remember reading that too and in one interview he said that he doesn’t really like how his voice sounds despite praises from his fans. I’m not sure about this one but I think it has something to do with his limited experience and training as a singer. In Korea it’s great that pop stars really go through years of rigorous training. Actors do that as well. I like JGS’s voice too but I love him more as an actor and maybe his perfectionist personality makes him want to really concentrate on his craft. I’m sure he’ll be dabbling on more singing projects in the future since he’s already done it before but he’ll probably consider himself an actor first.

  3. Jang Geun Suk….im his big fun…aside from being a good actor,he’s also a good singer…i really really love him….=)

  4. jang geun seok,please visit indonesia.there’s much people love u.hope life treat you kind,my star

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