Pulp Live World on Thursday announced the ticket prices, seat plan, and benefits for Kim Seon-ho‘s upcoming fan meeting in Manila.

The most expensive section, VIP  A, will cost P12,500. Meanwhile, general admission tickets will be P2,000. These prices exclude ticketing charges.

“Prep your hearts for the charms of the man that puts a smile on your faces effortlessly. Have you decided what ticket you’re getting to see Kim Seonho live on January 22, 2023 at the @MOAArena?” the event organizer tweeted.

Check out the Kim Seon-ho Manila ticket prices, seat plan, and benefits below:

Kim Seon-ho in Manila ticket prices

VIP A – P12,500

  • chance to win a slot for a group photo
  • chance to win a signed poster
  • goodbye session
  • poster
  • souvenir show card

VIP B – P10,000

  • chance to win a signed poster
  • goodbye session
  • poster
  • souvenir show card

Lower Box Premium – P9,000

  • goodbye session
  • poster
  • souvenir show card

Lower Box Sides – P8,000

  • goodbye session
  • poster
  • souvenir show card

Lower Box Center – P7,000

  • goodbye session
  • poster
  • souvenir show card

Upper Box – P4,000

  • poster
  • souvenir show card

General Admission – P2,000

  • poster
  • souvenir show card

Selling of tickets for Kim Seon-ho’s fan meeting in the Philippines will start at noon on December 4, 2022 at SM Tickets outlets nationwide and on its website.

Good Boy’s first fan meeting in Manila

Kim Seon-ho shot to fame as Han Ji-pyeong or Good Boy in the K-drama “Start-Up.” He also played the role of Hong Du-sik in “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha.”

The “2023 Kim Seon-ho Asia Tour in Manila <One, Two, Three. Smile>,” will be the Korean star’s first time to meet with his Filipino fans. In March 2001, Globe Kmmunity organized his first online fanmeet with Pinoy Seonhohadas.

Last August, Kim Seon-ho was announced as new Korean endorser of the Philippine clothing brand Bench.

Now that you know the Kim Seon-ho in Manila ticket prices, watch our “Usapang Hallyu” episode on Good Boy’s first fan meeting in the Philippines.

Ederic is a Filipino communications worker in the telecom, media, and technology industry.He used to be a social media manager for news at GMA Network, where he also headed YouScoop, GMA News and...

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