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Song Hye-kyo donates to the Busan International Film Festival

2013/10/01 | 1329 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Song Hye-kyo is the 7th person to step up as a member of the Culture Donations Cinema Angels.

She bought 1,000 tickets to the Busan International Film Festival for the needy children in the Busan area.

Although she's busy with a movie in China, she passed on her care with Burberry Korea and Harper's Bazaar.

She said, "I hope this becomes a good experience for the minority group children and discover new sides of movies and participate in the film festival".

The executive office of this festival said, "The actors and actresses thought hard about how they could get the minority group to participate in the development of Korean movies. They are returning the love they have received until now".

Cinema Angels was founded in 2007 by Lee Hyun-seung, a movie director and actors and actresses like the late Jang Jin-yeong, Park Hae-il, Song Kang-ho, Hwang Jung-min, Ahn Sung-ki, Yoo Ji-tae, Ryoo Seung-bum, Kang Hye-jung, Gong Hyo-jin, Bae Doona, Soo Ae, Shin Min-ah, Lee Na-young, Kim Joo-hyuk, Shin Ha-kyun, Jeong Jae-hyeong, Ha Jung-woo, Kim Kang-woo and recently Jeon Do-yeon, Lee Byung-hun, Im Soo-jung and Cha Seung-won participate in it.

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