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Stars Join "Hanareum Hope Festival"

2008/09/19 | 524 views | Permalink | Source

Actors Jang Geun-suk, Eric Mun and Park Hae-jin, and singers Super Junior, SHINee, Jang Yoon-jung, Crying Nut and others, will be taking part in the "2008 Hope Festival with Academic Credit Bank System" (Hanareum Hope Festival) on September 23rd and 24th at the Olympic Park in Seoul.

The "Academic Credit Bank System" is a system implementing extracurricular activities as academic credit for junior colleges and universities. This festival marks the 10-year anniversary since the system has been in use.

The "2008 Hope Festival with Academic Credit Bank System" is sponsored by the National Institute for Lifelong Education, and participants include institutes who use the academic credit bank system, such as Seoul Art College.

The festival program will include performances by celebrities and students, fashion shows, independent film seminars with renowned movie directors Heo Jin-ho ("Happiness") and Oh Ki-hwan ("The Art of Seduction"), singing contests, and magic shows.

In July, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology had named actors Choi Ran, Jang Geun-suk, Park Hae-jin, Eric Mun, and singer Jang Yoon-jung as spokesmodels for the academic credit bank system.

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