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[Photos] Lee Young-ae's charity photo shoot with the twins

2016/04/27 | Permalink | Source

Lee Young-ae introduces LYA, a charity campaign for the needy children through J-Look magazine this May.

This campaign is agreed upon by the Korean UNESCO Foundation as well as 5 other Korean and foreign brands.

In the following interview, Lee Young-ae said, "Everyone wants to do 'good' but it's hard to get it done. But once a good deed is done, one should realize what being happy means".

Jeong Seung-kwon and Jeong Seung-bin, Lee Young-ae's twin children are taking part in this campaign too. Lee Young-ae said, "They don't know what it means to give yet but they know they have to help poor and sick people. I told them we can help sick children get better by taking pictures and they understood".

All profits from this campaign will be used to help children and women who need it through the Korean UNESCO Foundation and support sick children with medical fees.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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