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Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young's good deed

2017/04/19 | 17170 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young's good deed is touching.

It turns out they donated 100 million won to the Seoul University Children's Hospital. They had prepared to help children with polio for a long time and asked the hospital to not announce what they did. However, their names appeared on the list of hospital supporters.

This isn't their first good deed.

At the end of 2014, Lee Bo-young was pregnant and she donated 100 million won to the Seoul University Hospital Children's Cancer Department. She had said, "I want to help sick children before I become a mother". She had done many other small and Big Good deed after that. This time, her husband played a part.

Apparently they made sure that the hospital didn't make a fuss out of it and wanted to keep it discreet.

Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young are currently the most wannabe couple. Whenever they star in dramas, the dramas are usually rated over 15~16%. Ji Sung starred in "Defendant" recently while Lee Bo-young is in "Whisper".

They are also very loyal to each other and give each other tremendous support. At the beginning of this month, Ji Sung took his daughter and parents-in-law to Hawaii in consideration of his busy wife.

Source : news.donga.com/3/all/...

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