Park Hae-jin arrives in Madame Tussauds Singapore

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Get immersed in the Korean Culture and wear a Hanbok in Madame Tussauds Singapore

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 15 July 2021 – DAEBAK! K-drama actor Park Hae-jin will arrive at Madame Tussauds Singapore this week. He will be standing alongside Song Seung-heon and Bae Suzy in the new K-Wave zone where fans can meet the heartthrob actor for a limited period only! To celebrate his arrival, guests can now get immersed in the Korean culture and wear a hanbok proudly sponsored by CCM Rental in the K-Wave zone over three weekends – 24, 25, 31 July, 1, 7, 8 and 9 August! It will be fun, comfortable, fancy, and great for photoshoot with your favourite Korean celebrities.




Park Hae-jin made his television debut in the 2006 weekend drama ‘Famous Chil Princesses’ and rose to be a prominent actor known for his roles in dramas such as ‘My Love from the Star’, ‘Doctor Strange’, and ‘Bad Guys’. He also took home the Daesang at the 2020 MBC Drama Awards for his starring role in ‘Kkondae Intern’.


“We are happy to have Park Hae-jin joining the rest of the stars at the new K-Wave zone. We believe that his figure will definitely be a great addition and we will continue to bring in more stars throughout the year,” says Alex Ward, General Manager of Madame Tussauds Singapore.


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Madame Tussauds

The ultimate celebrity experience and the world’s best known and most popular wax attraction. There are currently 23 Madame Tussauds attractions around the world. Each of the attractions is unique and tailored to the host city and visitor demographic to feature both local as well as international figures.


The result of 200 years of expertise and painstaking research every figure takes Madame Tussauds’ gifted sculptors a minimum of three months to make, and costs more than $300K (Singapore dollars). Most contemporary figures are also produced following sittings with the celebrities themselves.