Actor Park Hyung-sik to hold first Asia tour in six years

A poster of actor Park Hyung-sik's upcoming Asia tour ″SIkcret Time″ [P&STUDIO]

Actor Park Hyung-sik will hold his first Asia tour in six years in September, his agency P&Studio said Monday.

The tour is titled "SIKcret Time," meaning that it's intended for SIKcret, the name of Park's fan club, according to the agency. His last tour was held in 2017.

The tour will start in Hong Kong on Sept. 16, followed by stops in Korea, Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. The exact dates have not been announced yet. Details of other information, including additional dates or spots, will be released soon, P&Studio said.

"I've been longing for a chance to get closer to the fans, who've always loved and supported me," Park said in a press release. "I'm glad that I will be getting that chance through this Asia tour. I'll make sure to give SIKcret a time to remember."

Park debuted in 2010 as a member of boy band ZE:A and started his acting career that same year by taking on small television drama roles.

His pivotal moment came in 2014 when he led KBS's comedy-drama "What Happens to My Family?" (2014–15) as Cha Dal-bong, an immature young man who comes to understand his family and find his path as a chef.

He has since taken the lead in multiple drama series, including SBS's "High Society" (2015), JTBC sports comedy "Strong Woman DoBongSoon" (2017) and tvN's thriller "Happiness" (2021).

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