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Won Bin to hold benefit photo exhibition in Japan

2005/11/08 Source

Actor Won Bin will visit Japan on Nov. 10 to participate in a photo exhibition prior to joining the military on Nov. 29. The exhibition will be held Nov. 11-20 at the Sunshine Center in Tokyo.

Whenever he had free time since last summer, Won has had his photos taken by photographer Kwon Young-ho. More than 70 photographs will be showcased at the exhibition, focusing on the actor's childhood memories. They were taken in Jeongseon, Gangwon Province, Won's hometown.

Some pictures show Won's favorite fishing site where he used to fish as a child, while others feature nearby forests where he liked to play with his friends.

Won's agency, Dreameast, said that unlike his other photo albums, which feature the actor in all his polished charm, Won's latest album features his most cherished childhood memories.

Won will donate all proceeds from the exhibition to student scholarships in Korea and Japan. In addition to Tokyo, the exhibition will also be held in other Japanese cities after Nov. 20. A DVD version of the showcased photos is currently in the works.

A person from Won's agency said that Won produced this album because he wanted to do something meaningful to repay his fans for their love and support before joining the military.

On Nov. 11, Won will launch the exhibition, release the new DVD and hold a press conference in Tokyo.

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