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Chinese Actor Tang Wei and Korean Singer IU Show Their Strong Friendship at Seoul Concert

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Chinese Actor Tang Wei and Korean Singer IU Show Their Strong Friendship at Seoul Concert

Chinese actor Tang Wei and Korean singer IU (Lee Ji-eun) are making waves in the entertainment world with their recent collaboration and show of friendship.

Tang Wei was spotted attending IU’s “2024 IU HER WORLD TOUR CONCERT IN SEOUL” in Seoul on March 2 and 3, delighting fans and sparking speculation about their relationship. Tang Wei had recently appeared in IU’s music video for the song “Shh..” from her sixth mini-album “The Winning”, where she played IU’s mother. This collaboration seemed to have forged a strong bond between the two talented women.

After the MV was released, Tang Wei took to her official Instagram account to share a picture of a heartfelt card written by IU to her, as well as handwritten letters exchanged between them in Korean and Chinese. The gestures of friendship did not stop there, as IU presented Tang Wei with three autographed albums, each with a special message in Chinese, English, and Korean.

Tang Wei shared the albums on her Instagram, revealing that IU had even included a personalized message for Tang Wei’s daughter, Summer. The heartwarming messages and constant exchange of affection between the two stars have captivated fans and followers alike.

On March 4th, Tang Wei shared a backstage photo with IU and tagged her account, leading IU to reciprocate with a sweet message expressing her love for the senior actress. The public display of friendship between Tang Wei and IU has garnered attention and admiration from fans all around the world.

As IU continues her world tour with upcoming concerts in various cities including Yokohama, Taipei, and Kuala Lumpur, fans are eagerly anticipating more heartwarming moments between the talented singer and her dear friend Tang Wei. Their blossoming friendship serves as a reminder of the power of music and collaboration to bring people together across borders and cultures.

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