Korean entertainer Kim Hyun Joong admires Sydney for the very first time!

Korean entertainer Kim Hyun Joong admires Sydney for the very first time!


Kim Hyun-joong’s admires the views atop SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye

Standing 268 metres above the city on Sydney’s highest viewing platform - SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye - wax figure of Korean entertainer Kim Hyun-joong set his eyes over Sydney’s stunning views.


Joining the wax figure was Charlene Zheng from Pyrmont and some dancers from local dance company who were invited to be the very first fans in Australia to meet the wax figure of Kim Hyun-joong.


Charlene, who has posters of Kim Hyun-joong on her wall at home, said “I have been a fan of Kim Hyun-joong ever since I can remember and I’m a huge K-Pop fan, so seeing him is really quite amazing as it is just so life-like!”

In 2005, Kim Hyun-joong made his entertainment debut as a member of boy band SS501, which made him a rising Korean superstar across Asia. He released his solo debut in 2011, and topped Japan’s Oricon chart in the International Imported Album category.

Kim’s performance as ‘Yoon Ji-hoo’ in the KBS drama Boys Over Flowers (2009) drove the female population into a ‘Ji-hoo frenzy.’ He also joined the cast of We Got Married (2009), a marriage reality show, which showcased his natural and easygoing character and created an even larger fan base across Asia.


Kim Hyun-joong’s wax figure was sculpted after he completed a sitting in 2012 and is wearing clothes personally donated from the star which he wore on his 2012 tour of Asia. Referring to his experience with the attraction he commented, “Thank you for the good memories Madame Tussauds”.


Featuring for a limited time only, the Seoul born entertainer joins an A-list line up of other Asian celebrities at Madame Tussauds Sydney including Jackie Chan, Hu Jintao, Andy Lau and the most recently launched figure, cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar.

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