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Actor So a Secret Helper during Duty

2007/04/24 | Permalink | Source

Heartthrob So Ji-sub, the star of the blockbuster Korean dramas "Sorry, I Love You" and "Something Happened in Bali", will give a helping hand to needy children.

The actor has worked at the Mapo district ward office under alternative military service, which will end Friday.

The office says that early last month, So expressed his wish to do something meaningful for the community by giving a 10 million won donation to Mapo's children assistance project. He had asked that his deed be kept a secret.

So had avoided media exposure during his military service. In a farewell interview with a district newspaper, So thanked officials for helping him complete his duty.

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