The 32-year-old's visit is part of his promotional activities for his latest movie, "Magic To Win", with director Wilson Yip and producer Raymond Wong also making an appearance. The stars will be in Malaysia on Monday, 28 November, to meet the fans in Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur at 8pm, before moving on to Singapore the next day, 29 November.
This is not Wu Chun's first stop in Singapore. In September 2011, he was in the country to promote his movie, "My Kingdom". Fans can expect the same meet and greet for his "Magic To Win" promotional activities, with a Q & A session about movie, games, and the movie's launch.
Wu Chun, or Goh Kiat Chun, a Brunei-born Taiwanese who soared to fame with Fahrenheit in 2005, has also starred in many Taiwanese dramas such as "Hanazakari no Kimitachi he", "Romantic Princess", "Hot Shot", "Tokyo Juliet" and "Sunshine Angel". His first movie debut was "The Butterfly Lovers" in 2008.
His latest, "Magic To Win" tells the story of an alternate universe, where it constitutes of five elements, which are gold, wood, water, fire and earth. Hong Sum-Kwai (Raymond Wong), a university professor, while living a double life as the wizard of water of "Five Elements Wizardry", accidentally transfers his powers to his student, Macy (Karena). Soon, Macy finds herself entangled in an elemental power struggle.
The movie will be released in cinemas on 1 December in Malaysia and 8 December in Singapore.