MANILA – Following the postponement of his much-anticipated fan meet in Manila, Korean star Park Bo-gum sent a personal message to Anne Curtis, who was supposed to host the event.
On Twitter, Park replied to Curtis’ tweet about how excited she is for the event.
“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,” he told Curtis.
Park added that he will definitely include the Philippines in his prayers after a strong earthquake struck Luzon on Monday.
Grateful for Park’s gesture, Curtis replied and said: “We are very thankful for your concern for our country. We hope to see you one day in the Philippines.”
The recent earthquake has prompted organizers to postpone the fan meeting of Park, which was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 27.
Park made the announcement on Twitter on Wednesday as he reached out to those who were affected by the calamities.
“I’d like to inform you that the event in the Philippines scheduled for April 27, Saturday, has been postponed due to a recent earthquake,” he said. “I apologize to all those who have been waiting for the event and ask for your kind understanding.”
He went on: “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.”
Park’s fan meeting has been moved to June 22, Saturday, at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.