Lee Min-ho getting hot popularity exceeding Jang Geun-seok in China

Lee Min-ho getting hot popularity exceeding Jang Geun-seok in China

This is the trend of Korean wave thesedays: Lee Min-ho in China and Jang Geun-seok in Japan. Lee Min-ho and Jang Geun-seok also have popularity in the other countries beyond Japan andn China. But the foundation of them in China and Japan is certain. An interesting survey results were announced to prove this fact.

Weibo, a Chinese version of Twitter, conducted a survey about appearances of both Lee Min-ho and Jang Geun-seok from July 15. The focus of the survey is Who look like a better between Jang Geun-seok of KBSmary and Lee Min-ho of CITY HUNTER. The result is interesting.

9.780 people has participated in the survey, and Lee Min-ho has gotten 6768(69%) votes getting his fans' support overwhelmingly. On the other hand, Jang Geun-seok has gotten 1664(17%) votes. Furthermore, Lee Min-ho also has gotten support from his fans by getting 951(35%) votes in another survey among Kim Hee-chul of Superjunior, Kim Hyun-joong, Lee Hong-gi, and more.

The survey is a part of games happenning in Chinese web as competitions of appearance both Lee Min-ho and Chinese top stars. At first, only Chinese top stars could be a competitor against Lee Min-ho, but now, Korean top stars also be a targets of this survey.

This kind of games mean not just choice of hansome guy but prominence of attraction of Lee Min-ho by Chinese fans about performance on City Hunter nowadays. City Hunter is viewed by 200 million people in Chinese video web sites and Chinese local media.

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