Singapore has been receiving a lot of love from well-known celebrities such as Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, and APink.

Now, it’s Park Hae Jin’s (박해진) turn to grace the lion city with his presence at the “Star Awards 2016” on 17th April. The actor has been confirmed to be one of the presenters for the awards night.

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Source: All Kpop

Since Park Hae Jin’s latest drama series “Cheese In The Trap” premiered in Singapore on 8th March, he has garnered a lot of attention from Singaporean fans.

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“We sincerely appreciate all the love and attention toward Park Hae Jin. As a sign of our gratitude, we have rearranged his schedule to make sure he can attend the event,” said the star’s agency, WM Entertainment.

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Source: KoreanDrama.org

In a separate report by Chinese media outlet Sina, the 32-year-old actor revealed that he has been single for 6 years and he thinks that it will be difficult for him to get married by the age of 35 because of his busy schedule.

When asked about his ideal type, he said that he likes women who are similar to himself.

“If you have similar hobbies, you have things to talk about. I also want to have a relationship with someone who’s comfortable like a friend rather than a passionate love.”

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Source: Soompi

Park Hae Jin rose to fame in the 2008 South Korean hit melodrama series, “East Of Eden”. Some of his other works include “Doctor Stranger” (2014), “Bad Guys” (2014), and “My Love From The Star” (2013).

“Star Awards 2016” is held by Faith & D Entertainment and promoted by Singapore’s broadcasting company Mediacorp. The awards ceremony is one of the most popular events in the country.

Sources: Soompi, All Kpop.

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