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Kim Sun-ah, Sung Yu-ri, Park Min-young help diabetes patients

2011/11/01 Source

Actresses Kim Sun-ah, Sung Yu-ri and Park Min-young got together to help diabetes patients.

Management company King Kong Entertainment celebrities Kim Sun-ah, Sung Yu-ri, Park Min-young, Kim Beom, Han Chae-ah, Lee Jin, Lee Chung-ah, Lee Kwang-soo and others participated in the 'Radio CM Campaign Voice Talent Donation' in celebration of International Diabetes Day (November 14th).

TBS FM (95.1) will be sending out messages about caring for and understanding people with diabetes and words of support to overcome it from November 2nd to the 14th every two hours from 9:47AM to 5:47PM.

The Korean Diabetes Society chairman Park Seong-woo said, "Several programs are airing during this period to help the world understand diabetes and to give patients hope to overcome their illnesses. We thanks those stars who participated with their voices".

King Kong Entertainment stated, "We wish to give lots of people hope through this campaign".

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