Actor Lee Min-ho will participate in the campaign to protect endangered animals.
On April 30th, his agency Starhous Entertainment has said Lee Min-ho will participated in the endangered animal protection campaign collaborated with the jeans casual brand, Guess.
Lee Min-ho will be fully engaged in the entire process to produce the charity shirts, from planning the products inspired by his companion dog, "Choco" and designing the shirts.
The shirts will be sold under the limited edition sale through 'PMZ' website (www.pmz2014.com) and the four Guess stores at Myeongdong, IFC, Lotte World Mall and Garosu-gil starting this May. The profit made from the sales will used as the fund to protect endangered animals.
Lee Min-ho has been working together for good cause through the donation platform, "PMZ" created by his fans.
'PMZ' stands for Promise, Lee Min-ho and Minoz, which is Lee Min-ho's fan club. The donation platform was open for the purpose that Lee Min-ho wanted to pay back for the support and love he has been receiving globally and take initiatives in activities for good cause along with his fans.
The website was born after a long preparation conveying Lee Min-ho's hope to share a long-term communication with his fans and thoughtful love with others.
Source : star.mt.co.kr/view/st...
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