Chinese Fans Want These Korean Celebrities in China

By M. Grace, March 20, 2017 21:03 PM

Famous Korean Female Celebs in China(Weibo)

Famous Korean Male Celebs in China(Weibo)

Despite some political issues between China and North Korea, fans from China have reportedly wants some of Korean celebrities in China.

Chinese social media website Weibo Powerstar revealed the top 10 female and male South Korean celebrities for January.

These Korean celebrites have the largest fandom and most searched in China for the month of January.

1.     Sehun (EXO) and Krystal (f(x))

2.     Baekhyun (EXO) and YoonA (SNSD)

3.     Kim Soo Hyun and IU

4.     Lee Jong Suk and Song Hye Kyo

5.     Song Joong Ki and Song Ji Hyo

6.     Chanyeol (EXO) and Jiyeon (T-ARA)

7.     Ji Chang Wook and Hyomin (T-ARA)

8.     GDRAGON and Park Shin Hye

9.     Nam Joo Hyuk and Jessica

10.  Lee Min Ho and Jun Ji Hyun

 The list proves that celebrities from South Korea are still very welcome to China. The country is arguable the most profitable market by South Korea. Moreover, there are still some South Korean celebrities who are very active in China despite the Hallyu Ban.

It can be recalled last year that there is Hallyu Ban in China after THAAD. 

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