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Hospital in Mongolia Named after Actress Kim Jung-eun

2005/12/27 | 170 views | Permalink | Source

In Mongolia this coming March, a hospital named after the popular Korean TV talent and actor Kim Jung-eun will be opening its doors.
The new hospital is being built by Korea's Medical Peace Foundation, which has already opened hospitals in Peru, Guatemala and Ethiopia among other countries.
The foundation collects funds from individuals and corporations, and uses the money to build hospitals in Third World countries.
But this is the first time the foundation is naming one of its centers after a TV star.
Kim Jung-eun, who played the leading role in the hit TV drama "Lovers in Paris", will reportedly donate money to buy medical equipment for the center.

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