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    Bang Chan is the leader of a K-Pop group, 'Stray Kids', who appeared to share his love for Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds during his livestream, noting that he would love to get an autograph from the Hollywood star. Well, guess what...

    Ryan Reynolds has prompted a wave of ecstatic reaction from K-Pop fans around the world after he took to Twitter on Sunday to reveal that he has signed a bottle of gin for Bang Chan, the Stray Kids lead vocalist and producer. The actor also named the K-Pop idol his "new favourite Australian", apparently referring to the years Chan spent in the country as a child, and asked for an autograph in return.

    "Two things. First, I have your autograph right here, Bang Chan. Will send to you this week", Reynolds tweeted. "Second, as a new @Stray_Kids fan, can I get an autograph? #NewFavouriteAustralian".

    Bang Chan fans could not have been happier, welcoming Reynolds to their fandom and trying to imagine how their fav K-Pop idol feels now that he has received this kind of a reply from the actor, and so fast.

    ​Stray Kids is an all-male K-Pop group formed in 2017, of which Bang Chan is a lead vocalist, rapper, dancer and music producer. During one of his livestreams, he mentioned that he loves Ryan Reynolds and wanted an autograph, also pledging to treat the actor to delicious Korean food if the latter would only visit his country.

    Reynolds, a popular Canadian actor, is most famous for his portrayal of the Marvel antihero, Deadpool, in the self-titled movie series created by the artist and writer Rob Liefeld and writer Fabian Nicieza.

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