Park Shin Hye & Fans Make Kimchi for Earthquake Victims
Dec 13, 2017
Korean actress Park Shin Hye reportedly made kimchi for children in Pohang area, where the recent earthquake struck.
On December 10, a source from the Food for the Hungry International announced that Park Shin Hye and her fans volunteered in the kimchi-making program to help the earthquake victims living in Pohang area.
Along with Park Shin Hye, 30 of her fans, 60 employees from her management agency and Food for the Hungry International volunteered together to make kimchi for the victims.
It was told that they made 700 kimchi in total and sent it to the Pohang's earthquake victims to help them.
Park Shin Hye, who is also known as an honorary ambassador for the non-profit organization said, "I just wanted to help out those Pohang earthquake victims who are suffering from the cold winter anyway I can. We hope our gifts get delivered safely to the residents in Pohang area."
It was reported that Park Shin Hye's recent volunteering activity was part of her special project called 'Starlight Angels Project', which supports people who are in need, who are suffering from hunger as well as those children who cannot afford their education.
Since 2011, Park Shin Hye has been engaging as an honorary ambassador for Food for the Hungry International and participating actively in diverse volunteering activities for needy children.
(Credit= S.A.L.T Entertainment)