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Song Hye-kyo and Seo Kyeong-deok donate Korean guidebooks

2013/10/28 Source

Actress Song Hye-kyo and Korean Promotional Expert and professor Seo Kyeong-deok from Sungshin University donated Korean guidebooks to the Chinese Ahn Joong-geun Memorial.

Seo Kyeong-deok said, "We donated 10,000 copies of the newly designed guidebook in celebration of the movement by Ahn Joong-geun".

These guidebooks were based on information supported by the memorial hall and contains, in color, the life story and chronology of Ahn Joong-geun, commemorations by Chinese leaders and various pictures. Voice support will also be added for the blind.

Song Hye-kyo said, "It's quite inconvenient without Korean guidebooks although it's in China. I hope this small act helps to maintain foreign visitors".

Song Hye-kyo and professor Seo have been donating Korean services to the New York Modern Art Museum and the Boston Art Museum. They are currently working on donating Korean services to the Tate Modern and the Van Gogh Gallery in the Netherlands.

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