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April 18, 2014 6:35 am

Lee MinHo & #Park Shin Hye’s #Lottedutyfree transparent The Heirs plastic folder

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6:13 am
Actors Lee Min Ho, Kim Soo Hyun, and Park Hae Jin are giving back to the communities that have shown continuous support. As the three actors have experienced immense popularity in China, they have decided to give back through donations to local charities and foundations.

Recently, Lee Min Ho started a community welfare project called PROMIZ. The name, which is derived from the term ‘promise’ and the actor’s fanclub ‘MINOZ,’ hopes to use the donations received from his fanmeetings to help the local communities. As the actor had received much love through his recent drama, “The Heirs,” he plans to repay the support through his welfare project. 

Furthermore, Kim Soo Hyun also showed his support towards his Chinese fans by recently donating 1.2 million yuan (~ 192,957 USD) to the China Children and Teenagers Fund (CCTF). The “Man From the Stars” actor has received significant amounts of attention and fame in China through the drama’s great success in China and all throughout Asia. The actor’s donations will contribute in the creation of a treatment center for local children and teenagers who are experiencing difficulties. 

Park Hae Jin also displayed his gratitude and support for his Chinese fans. As the actor was the first Korean to win the daesang in last month’s “4th Annual Actor Public Interest Awards,”which was held in China, Park Hae Jin repaid such recognition through his good deeds. Opening the “Park Hae Jin Theater” in Tianjin’s Lotte Cinema, the actor claimed that all proceeds would be used to help local children. Moreover, with another theater opening in July at Shenyang, Park Hae Jin plans to also donate all proceeds from that theater to surgery operations for sick children who in the past were unable to receive the needed operations.

The generous donations and charity works of these three celebrities contrast the negative image hallyu stars had carried in China. As the image of hallyu stars earning money in China and then simply returning back to Korea created negative feelings towards Korean celebrities, the contribution of hallyu stars towards the Chinese communities is a great way to break that image. Hopefully, many more Korean celebrities will be able to return the support that they have received from their international fans back to the local communities.

CrLink: http://www.soompi.com/2014/04/18/lee-min-ho-kim-soo-hyun-and-park-hae-jin-give-back-to-chinese-fas/#.U1D5fSm9LCQ

Actors Lee Min Ho, Kim Soo Hyun, and Park Hae Jin are giving back to the communities that have shown continuous support. As the three actors have experienced immense popularity in China, they have decided to give back through donations to local charities and foundations.

Recently, Lee Min Ho started a community welfare project called PROMIZ. The name, which is derived from the term ‘promise’ and the actor’s fanclub ‘MINOZ,’ hopes to use the donations received from his fanmeetings to help the local communities. As the actor had received much love through his recent drama, “The Heirs,” he plans to repay the support through his welfare project.

Furthermore, Kim Soo Hyun also showed his support towards his Chinese fans by recently donating 1.2 million yuan (~ 192,957 USD) to the China Children and Teenagers Fund (CCTF). The “Man From the Stars” actor has received significant amounts of attention and fame in China through the drama’s great success in China and all throughout Asia. The actor’s donations will contribute in the creation of a treatment center for local children and teenagers who are experiencing difficulties.

Park Hae Jin also displayed his gratitude and support for his Chinese fans. As the actor was the first Korean to win the daesang in last month’s “4th Annual Actor Public Interest Awards,”which was held in China, Park Hae Jin repaid such recognition through his good deeds. Opening the “Park Hae Jin Theater” in Tianjin’s Lotte Cinema, the actor claimed that all proceeds would be used to help local children. Moreover, with another theater opening in July at Shenyang, Park Hae Jin plans to also donate all proceeds from that theater to surgery operations for sick children who in the past were unable to receive the needed operations.

The generous donations and charity works of these three celebrities contrast the negative image hallyu stars had carried in China. As the image of hallyu stars earning money in China and then simply returning back to Korea created negative feelings towards Korean celebrities, the contribution of hallyu stars towards the Chinese communities is a great way to break that image. Hopefully, many more Korean celebrities will be able to return the support that they have received from their international fans back to the local communities.

CrLink: http://www.soompi.com/2014/04/18/lee-min-ho-kim-soo-hyun-and-park-hae-jin-give-back-to-chinese-fas/#.U1D5fSm9LCQ

3:52 am

Lee Min-ho and Park Shin-hye Hope for the Safe Return of Missing People

People working in the entertainment industry extend their deepest condolences to the loved ones of those who lost their lives on board the South Korean ferry. Many celebrities also post comments on their social networking services hoping that those unaccounted for can be all rescued soon.

Lee Min-ho took to his twitter account (@ActorLeeMinHo) and said, “I hope that everyone can return home”. He is preparing to shoot a new movie ‘Gangnam Blues’ after his last drama ‘The Heirs’. His partner in the drama, Park Shin-hye also said on her twitter account (@ssinz), “Please.. please.. I hope there would be no more damage caused and they can return home. I keep praying and praying…”.

Read more: http://www.getitk.com/lee-min-ho-and-park-shin-hye-hope-for-the-safe-return-of-missing-people/?lang=en

2:32 am
#LeeMinHo for LG❤️❤️❤️💜💙

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#LeeMinHo for LG❤️❤️❤️💜💙

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2:17 am 1:58 am

Lee MinHo & Park ShinHye standee at the #Lottedutyfree’s family festival venue at the Jamsil Gymnastics Stadium.

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1:29 am
[NEWS] #LeeMin Ho & #ParkShinHye Continue to Request for Hallyu Event to Be Postponed

While the situation is still up in the air, onlookers are watching to see if Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye will attend a hallyu event. 

After jumping to incredible popularity after SBS’ The Heirs, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye have been picked out as 2014’s hottest hallyu stars. Their popularity in China is especially unimaginable, with fans from overseas naturally coming into Korea to see them. 

In the midst of this, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye were scheduled to attend theFamily Concert with Hallyu Stars, organized by Lotte Duty Free for April 18, 19, and 20 at the Jamsil Gymnastics Stadium. 


However, with the recent events of the sinking passenger ferry on April 16, the entire nation has been expressing their sorrow with the broadcasting, music, and movie industries postponing and canceling programs and activities. 

Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye have asked Lotte Duty Free to cancel the event, allowing Lotte Duty Free to go ahead and cancel the events for April 19. 

However, Lotte Duty Free have stated that it is difficult to postpone the April 18 event as it involves a foreign audience who have traveled from overseas. 

On April 18, Newsen spoke with Lee Min Ho’s agency, Starhaus entertainment, who said, “Even now, at the morning of April 18, we are strongly requesting Lotte Duty Free to postpone the event. We requested it immediately after the April 16 ferry incident. It looks that Lotte Duty Free has canceled the events on April 19 and 20, however, Lotte said that the April 18 event is difficult to change because of the foreign audience. We are still requesting that the event be postponed and are waiting for a reply.”

On the same day, Newsen also spoke with Park Shin Hye’s agency, S.A.L.T Entertainment who said, “We’ve requested for the event to be postponed until the late hours of April 17. It’s not that we don’t understand Lotte Duty Free’s situation, but with the entire nation grieving over this tragedy, it’s also difficult for us to attend such an event. We’re still discussing this matter.”

The entire nation is currently greiving, endlessly praying for at least one life to be saved. Much attention is being poured on whether or not Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye, and even other stars will attend promotional events during a time like this. 

CrLink: http://m.enewsworld.interest.me/news/news_view.asp?nsID=64014

[NEWS] #LeeMin Ho & #ParkShinHye Continue to Request for Hallyu Event to Be Postponed

While the situation is still up in the air, onlookers are watching to see if Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye will attend a hallyu event.

After jumping to incredible popularity after SBS’ The Heirs, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye have been picked out as 2014’s hottest hallyu stars. Their popularity in China is especially unimaginable, with fans from overseas naturally coming into Korea to see them.

In the midst of this, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye were scheduled to attend theFamily Concert with Hallyu Stars, organized by Lotte Duty Free for April 18, 19, and 20 at the Jamsil Gymnastics Stadium.


However, with the recent events of the sinking passenger ferry on April 16, the entire nation has been expressing their sorrow with the broadcasting, music, and movie industries postponing and canceling programs and activities.

Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye have asked Lotte Duty Free to cancel the event, allowing Lotte Duty Free to go ahead and cancel the events for April 19.

However, Lotte Duty Free have stated that it is difficult to postpone the April 18 event as it involves a foreign audience who have traveled from overseas.

On April 18, Newsen spoke with Lee Min Ho’s agency, Starhaus entertainment, who said, “Even now, at the morning of April 18, we are strongly requesting Lotte Duty Free to postpone the event. We requested it immediately after the April 16 ferry incident. It looks that Lotte Duty Free has canceled the events on April 19 and 20, however, Lotte said that the April 18 event is difficult to change because of the foreign audience. We are still requesting that the event be postponed and are waiting for a reply.”

On the same day, Newsen also spoke with Park Shin Hye’s agency, S.A.L.T Entertainment who said, “We’ve requested for the event to be postponed until the late hours of April 17. It’s not that we don’t understand Lotte Duty Free’s situation, but with the entire nation grieving over this tragedy, it’s also difficult for us to attend such an event. We’re still discussing this matter.”

The entire nation is currently greiving, endlessly praying for at least one life to be saved. Much attention is being poured on whether or not Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye, and even other stars will attend promotional events during a time like this.

CrLink: http://m.enewsworld.interest.me/news/news_view.asp?nsID=64014

April 17, 2014 2:08 pm
#Actor  #leeminho updates twitter in condolence to the victims of the South #korean  sunken #ferry #PrayforSouthKorea 🙏🙏🙏

#Actor #leeminho updates twitter in condolence to the victims of the South #korean sunken #ferry #PrayforSouthKorea 🙏🙏🙏

12:19 pm
#LeeMinHo took a friendly photo with who ? 
# lovely ❤️💜✌️✌️

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#LeeMinHo took a friendly photo with who ?
# lovely ❤️💜✌️✌️

Cr: Minoz-睿0610 (weibo)

11:27 am
#LeeMinHo & #ParkShinHye for #LotteDutyFree .💛💙💜💚❤️💞 this is do cool 💑 very crrative👍 #TheHeirs #OTP #handsome & pretty 
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#LeeMinHo & #ParkShinHye for #LotteDutyFree .💛💙💜💚❤️💞 this is do cool 💑 very crrative👍 #TheHeirs #OTP #handsome & pretty

Cr: 小小小5儿