Original source: K-ODYSSEY
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SEOUL February 10 (Yonhap) — South Korean stars are joining to spring into action and help those affected by the 7.8 magnitude quakes that hit southern Turkey and northern Syria.
Unicef Korea addressed on Friday, that South Korean actor Jang Keun-suk, has donated 100 million won in hope to help out for the good cause.
Actor addressed “I have heard the news of the earthquake and how the people in Turkey and Syria are going through a harsh time, and I truly hope for their quick recovery,” adding “Moreover, I hope a lot of people will help out for the good cause.”
Moreover, actress Park Bo-young, has decided to help out with those who have suffered the earthquake in Syria and Turkey. Through her entertainment agency, actress addressed “I felt the pain and sadness through photos of torn down houses due to earthquake, although it’s a small amount, I hope it will be used to help out with the process of the recovery,” and donated 30 million won to Hope Bridge Foundation.
Also South Korean actor Yim Si-wan and actress Lee Hae-young donated 10 million won to Hope Bridge Foundation, whereas writer Kim Ea-na donated 10 million won to the Korean Red Cross.
(This article is translated from Korean to English by Joonha Yoo)