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Park Hae-jin Goes to Africa for Goodwill Work

2009/03/06 | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Hae-jin, currently starring in MBC big-budget drama "East of Eden", will travel to Africa for goodwill work. Together with the members of the Korea Food for the Hungry International, an international Christian NGO in support of poverty relief, Park will visit Burkina Faso and Cote d'Ivore in West Africa from March 9th through 16th to take part in the medical volunteer program and meet with sponsored children.

Joining the trip will be Park's co-star in "East of Eden", Jo Min-ki. Cho plays the ruthless father of Park's character on the show. A longtime sponsor of African children, Jo had suggested that Park join him in the charity work, for Park was looking for ways to help out the less fortunate. Although not completely recovered from the shooting of "East of Eden", Park gladly took up the offer and leaves for Africa to actually administer medical services and Jo's sponsor children.

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