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SidusHQ to release 2011 love project calendar

2010/12/20 | Permalink | Source

Image of SidusHQ's "2011 Love Project Hanbok Calendar" [SidusHQ]

Top Korean talenthouse SidusHQ will release a love project calendar featuring all 34 of their stars, according to the agency on Monday.

SidusHQ announced in a press release that the calendar titled "2011 Love Project Hanbok Calendar", including photographs of SidusHQ stars such as Jay Park, Song Joong-ki, Eom Ki-joon and Jang Hyuk dressed in the Korean traditional costume hanbok, will go on sale starting today till the end of January.

It focuses on the theme of hanbok and hopes to spread the beauty of the clothing worldwide. Also, funds collected from calendar sales will be donated to Compassion Korea to help the less fortunate children around the world.

"The stars of SidusHQ have come together for this calendar project and it is very significant that some of the biggest names in the industry want to share the meaning of hanbok", an official from SidusHQ was quoted as saying.

Founded in 1999 by EBM Production Corporation, SidusHQ focuses on various aspects of the entertainment industry such as managing celebrities, drama and music as well as film content.

Reporter : Lucia Hong luciahong@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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