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Yoo Yeon-seok and Lee Kwang-soo join in awareness campaign to help patients with intractable & rare diseases

2015/02/16 | 926 views | Permalink | Source

Eight actors from King Kong Entertainment got together to help patients suffering from psoriasis and other intractable & rare diseases.

On February 16th, actors and actresses from the same agency, Kim Bum, Park Min-woo, Yoo Yeon-seok, Yoon Jin-yi, Lee Kwang-soo, Lee Dong-wook, Lim Ju-eun, and Jo Yoon-hee joined in the radio campaign for patients with psoriasis and other intractable & rare diseases.

The radio campaign was arranged to deliver the correct and unbiased information about the diseases and share the difficulties the patients face daily.

While psoriasis is an auto-immune disease, it is easily misunderstood as a simple contagious skin disease. The radio program introduced the patients' stories about the emotional difficulties as well as the financial difficulties, which interfere with the due treatment for the patients.

The eight actors adjusted their busy schedule to participate in the campaign and showed their warmhearted and enthusiastic efforts to be helpful for the patients who suffer from psoriasis.

King Kong Entertainment said, "We wanted to participate in the efforts to support the patients who have been suffering physically, emotionally and financially. Our actors who have participated in the campaign appreciate the meaningful opportunity to support the patients, who suffer from psoriasis and other intractable & rare diseases. We hope the social prejudice and discrimination towards the patients will disappear through this campaign".

The campaign arranged by Korean Organization for Rare Diseases has been scheduled to air two time per day on TBS Seoul Traffic Broadcasting and eight times per day on MBC internet radio program, 'Mini' from February 16th for the next eight weeks.

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