Ryu Jun-yeol and Hwang Jung-eum
Ryu Jun-yeol celebrated his 30th birthday wit fans at the Hall of Peace in Kyunghee University Facebook/cjesjunyeol

South Korean actor Ryu Jun Yeol celebrated his birthday with fans. The actor turned 30 on 25 September, and chose to spend time with his loved ones at the Hall of Peace in Kyunghee University.

Amid all the pleasant talks and fun-filled conversations, name of our rising Hallyu star, Park Bo Gum, popped out. Although the two are very good friends, Bo Gum did not or forgot to wish the Lucky Romance actor on his birthday. Soompi suggests, while talking about Bo Gum, Yeol suddenly recollects that the 23-year-old didn't sent him greetings. He said: "But Park Bo Gum didn't send me a birthday message, did he? That's surprising. I know he's busy filming his drama, but still."

He finally recollects that Bo Gum has already wished him, and apparently was the first one. However, after realizing, he takes his words back and rectifies that it was his Reply 1988 co-star who wished him first. Jun Yeol relayed: "No, it was Choi Sung Won hyung who was first."

"Park Bo Gum is disappointing me in many ways," the Socialphobia actor laughingly asserted. Howbeit, further information on if the Moonlight Drawn by Clouds actor wished Jun Yeol remains undisclosed.

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Meanwhile, Jun Yeol's agency previously announced that the 29-year-old actor is a "much loved" idol due to the fact that the tickets of his fan meet were sold within minutes of its release. The agency stated: "As expected, Ryu Joon Yeol proved that he is still much loved by fans when ticket reservations to all 4,000 seats for his fan meet sold out in just three minutes and when his name shot up real-time searches even before the ticket sales began."

As per Allkpop report, Jun Yeol's April fan meet too attracted loads of crowd with the tickets being sold out at once. However, the actor's September fan meet is stated to be one of the grand events till date.

The Reply 1988 star is currently shooting for his upcoming film The King, which is scheduled for a December release.