Lee Hyori and Won Bin Both Present Their Parents with Lavish Home
By Staff Writer | July 15, 2012 05:30 PM EDT
Singer Lee Hyori was selected as the top celebrity that presented her family members with generous gift.
A recently tvN entertainment program broadcasted revealed a ranking of celebrities that provided generous gifts to family members.
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Girls' Generation's Taeyeon placed 10th. She bought her parents the most expensive apartment in Jeonju. The apartment is estimated to cost between 400,000,000 to 700,000,000 Won ($375,000-600,000 USD) which makes it almost as expensive as the luxury apartments in Seoul.
Coming in 7th is Super Junior's Yesung. Yesung bought his parents a home and an eyewear store. 6th was actress Soo Ae. She was born into a very economically unstable family. Nevertheless, she is a self-made woman who doesn't hold anything back when it comes to her parents.
5th is Kim Hyun Joong. He set up a chicken restaurant for his parents along with a high-rise apartment. 4th is Park Ji Sung, who bought his parents a house for 3,600,000,000 KRW ($3.1 million USD).
3rd place goes to Song Hye Kyo. Ever since her debut she bought her parents a very luxurious house that is 5,000 square feet.
Actor Won Bin ranked 2nd. Recently it's been said that he worked as an auto mechanic for a short time. Since his debut, he purchased the famous "Route House" for his parents, which received an architecture award in 2008.
Finally Lee Hyori comes in as 1st. She bought her parents a house worth 1,00,000,000 Won ($870,000 USD), and also bought a building for her aunt.
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