Song Hye Kyo Donates Pamphlets In Honor Of Korean Independence Movement
Song Hye Kyo, alongside Sungshin Womens’ University’s professor Seo Kyung Duk, has donated Korean pamphlets to the Shanghai Korean Cultural Center.
As a part of the “Meet Our Country’s History Abroad” series, the actress donated 10,000 Korean pamphlets to the Korean Cultural Center in Shanghai. The pamphlets introduced Korean independence fighter Yoon Bong Gil as well as related historical sites such as private galleries, cathedrals, and more. This is her third time participating in the series as she previously donated similar pamphlets to the cities of Tokyo and Kyoto.
Professor Seo Kyung Duk confirmed, “It’s true. This past Korean Independence Day, along with actress Song Hye Kyo, we donated pamphlets about the history of the Korean Independence movement in Shanghai.” He continued, “Next year is the historic 100th anniversary of the Samil Independence Movement. Starting from Shanghai, where there were prominent independence movements, we will actively bring this project to other cities as well.”
Song Hye Kyo and professor Seo Kyung Duk have previously donated Korean pamphlets on many historical sites abroad such as those of the Korean provisional government, the Los Angeles Ahn Chang Ho house, the Utoro village, and more.