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[ChanMi's star news] Kim Ji-soo wipes away orphans' tears

2008/09/28 | Permalink | Source

Actress Kim Ji-soo wipes away orphans' tears.

She has stayed in Cambodia since 21 until now at a farm countryside near the border and volunteered to help 3 orphans.

She met the 3 brothers and sisters who lost their father 6 years ago and their mother 2 months ago. In addition to their misfortune, the three young ones have also experienced a bad flood in their home and lost it. She has beome like a mother to them since the first time they met. She has decided to support them with their daily necessities and schooling. She also helped build a chicken pen for their chickens.

She provided the three children with school uniforms, and bicycles to commute to school.

Her visit to Cambodia will be aired in the cable channel tvN in a program called "LOVE" which will be released in October to promote volunteer work by sending celebrities to the foreign countries in need.

Source : news.nate.com/Service...

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