Song Hye Kyo Makes Annual Donation For National Liberation Day

Song Hye Kyo has made another contribution to one of her longtime causes in honor of the National Liberation Day of Korea.

The National Liberation Day of Korea is celebrated annually on August 15 in both North and South Korea and marks the date that the Korean peninsula was liberated from Japanese colonial occupation.

In honor of the 77th National Liberation Day, Song Hye Kyo collaborated with Professor Seo Kyung Duk of Sungshin Women’s University to donate a relief sculpture of Kim Kyu Sik to the Provisional Government of Korea located in Chongqing, China.

The relief sculpture that was made out of bronze measures 80 centimeters (approximately 2 feet and 7 inches) wide and 90 centimeters (2 feet and 11 inches) long. It was installed in premier Kim Koo’s office. This is the sixth donation in the “Campaign to Donate Relief Sculptures for Korean Independence Activists.”

For the past 11 years, Song Hye Kyo and Seo Kyung Duk have made donations to commemorate the National Liberation Day. They have already donated Korean guides and relief sculptures to 31 international historic sites to honor the independence movement.

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