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[HanCinema's News] Park Shin-hye Donates Her 'Humanimals' Performance Fee to Charity

2020/01/10

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In a recent appearance on the MBC Radio program 'Hope at Noon' Park Shin-hye claimed that she donated her performance fee for the nature documentary 'Humanimals' to charity. Park Shin-hye also stated on the program that she wasn't sure how much money she was supposed to have been paid, as she made her intentions in this regard known from the beginning.

According to Park Shin-hye her reasoning for this was that though the trip to Kenya and Botswana for filming was difficult, she very much enjoyed the process. Park Shin-hye described herself as a long time fan of watching nature videos on the Internet and was excited to get to see wild animals in person. Park Shin-hye was also eager to accept the offer for 'Humanimals', to the extent of rearranging her existing schedule.

Park Shin-hye also mentioned having a strong empathy for elephants, the poaching of which is covered on the documentary in-depth. 'Humanimals' currently airs on MBC on Thursday nights through the month of January. It airs right after "Love With Flaws".

Written by William Schwartz

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