Park Hyun-sik celebrates post-Valentine’s date with fans in Manila


After four years, Park Hyun-sik reunites with Filipino fans and gives them an unforgettable post-Valentine experience.

The well-loved South Korean actor held his solo fan meeting SIKcret Time on 17 February at the SMART Araneta Coliseum, where he prepared enchanting vocal performances, bared secrets and fun facts about himself and his projects, and interacted with lucky Filipino fans through fun games.

“It’s been a while… I really missed all of you,” the actor said, asking the crowd if they had also been with him four years ago, referring to his solo fan meeting in 2019.

The multi-award-winning actor also talked about his co-star Park Shin-hye, with whom he is working alongside in the ongoing romantic-comedy series Doctor Slump.

“Actually, I never really got to meet with Shin-hye in that drama [The Heirs]. But, of course, to see her in this drama where we work in a lot of scenes together, I really love how people reacted that we work together in a good project that we [both] look forward to,” the actor revealed.

He thanked Filipino fans for being supportive of his previous acting projects, which became an instant hit in the country, including The Heirs (2013) and Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon (2017). 

He also performed “Because of You,” “Breathe,” “Just Once” and more, showing a more playful yet intimate side of the actor.

The fan meeting wrapped up with a heartfelt message for Filipino fans: “After four years, I was able to return here, but thank you so much for all your passionate love. You all had a great response when you saw Do Bong-soon… And also for my current show, Doctor Slump, thank you so much for your love.”

Everyone who attended the fan meet also had the opportunity to see him up close at the “Hi-Bye” session, giving fans a glimpse of the actor in closer proximity.

Apart from The Heirs and Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon, Park Hyung-sik showed more of his charm and acting prowess in Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016-2017), Suits (2018), Happiness (2021) and Our Charming Youth (2022). He also became talked about on social media when he reprised his role in Strong Girl Nam-soon (2023).

The 32-year-old actor is currently making fans laugh, cry and swoon in the global hit Korean series Doctor Slump, which has been dominating Netflix since its release.