Client News – Catch THL clients, Ailee, Justin Park, and surprise guest at KCON this weekend at the Staples Center in LA

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, you should be sure to hit up KCON, the convention dedicated to bring “All Things Hallyu” and Korean pop-culture to the American fan base.
The event will be happening this weekend, August 10-12th at the Staples Center and LA Convention Center in Downtown Los Angeles and will feature three of The Hollywood Lawyer’s dear clients: Ailee and Justin Park, along with another THL client who will be making a surprise appearance!
Get more information and, more importantly, your tickets, by going here.

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