Actress Kim Ji-won’s agency warns fans about ticket fraud

The poster for actor Kim Ji-won's first fan meeting. Courtesy of HighZium Studio

Actress Kim Ji-won’s agency, HighZium Studio, said Tuesday that they will take strict measures against fraudulent ticket bookings for the actress’s first fan meeting event titled, “BE MY ONE,” scheduled for June 22-23.”During the monitoring process for ticket reservations, we identified several instances suspected of being fraudulent bookings,” the agency said in a statement.”We intend to take strict action. Any cases deemed to involve fraudulent bookings or transactions, such as access through abnormal channels, will be subject to requests for explanatory documents and ticket cancellations,” it said.

The agency urged fans not to purchase tickets through unofficial channels, including personal transactions and premium ticket resale websites, stating that “the organizers, sponsors and ticketing agencies are not responsible for any problems arising from not adhering to the provided guidelines for ticket reservations.”Kim recently received tremendous love for her role as Hong Hae-in in the tvN drama “Queen of Tears,” which concluded last month. According to Nielsen Korea, the final episode of “Queen of Tears” achieved an average nationwide household rating of 24.9 percent, peaking at 27.3 percent.The fan meeting event will be held at Shinhan Card SOL Pay Square 안전 Live Hall in Mapo District, Seoul.

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