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Ryu Soo-young to MC for "2015 Hope TV SBS"

2015/05/11 | Permalink | Source

Actor Ryu Soo-young is becoming the MC for "2015 Hope TV SBS".

"2015 Hope TV SBS" started in 1997 to look at people who are suffering from poverty and pain all around the world. It was newly born in 2006 as "Hope TV" and has been supporting needy children in African and third world countries.

"2015 Hope TV SBS" MC Ryu Soo-young has let known the desperate conditions of the children in Madagascar in 2012 and also went over to the Ivory Coast to meet children suffering from a skin disease.

Ryu Soo-young said, "I started to become more interested in helping others after seeing those in the Ivory Coast. I am honored to MC for "2015 Hope TV SBS" and I feel very responsible".

Meanwhile, "2015 Hope TV SBS" also stars actress Jung Ae-ri and announcer Kim Joo-woo. They will deliver the news of Park Jung-chul (Madagascar), Kim Gyu-ri (Ethiopia), Ye Ji-won (Kenya), Han Go-eun (Nepal) and others who have experienced the sad truth.

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