Song Hye Kyo Gains Attention For Her Recent Donations

By Edward Leary | August 15, 2017 01:29 PM EDT


Korean actress and superstar Song Hye Kyo has currently garnered some attention for her charitable ways. Song Hye Kyo recently helped raise awareness for this cause in Korea.

On August 15th, which is Korea's National Liberation Day, Song Hye Kyo, alongside professor Seo Kyung Duk of Sungshin Women's University, had donated 10,000 pamphlets titled 'Learning Our History from Overseas - Kyoto Version', to the city of Kyoto, Japan! 

The pamphlets were well made as it contains both Korean and Japanese characters and expresses the history of Korea's liberation. It also highlights Korea's important monuments in Kyoto, Japan. 

But this isn't her first donation to this important cause! Song Hye Kyo, as well as the professor, have felt strongly about Korea's National Liberation Day and have donated similar pamphlets in the past to not only cities in Korea but also overseas in the states, including Los Angeles and New York. They can also be found in China and Canada!

Many fans were delighted to see Song Hye Kyo working passionately towards her favorite cause despite all the commotion surrounding her and Song Joong Ki ever since their engagement announcement. She is still donating her money, instead of saving it for a lavish wedding. What do you think of Song Hye Kyo's giving personality?

Tagged :  Song Hye Kyo, donation, awareness


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