Celebrities Get Together for Adoption Promotion

December 12, 2008 at 11:10 am | Posted in Stars | 1 Comment
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Korea’s top celebrities have gotten together to take part in a photo exhibition to promote adoption. Voluptuous actress Kim Hye-soo, star of “The Chaser” Ha Jung-woo, singer Lee Seung-ki, actress Song Yun-ah were among some twenty celebrities who participated in the “6th Letters of Angels” photo exhibition sponsored by the social Welfare Society, Inc.

Cho Sei-hon, a famed photographer and the chief of Angel Village, took the heartwarming photos of celebrities with babies up for adoption. Having started back in 2003, the photo exhibition has featured numerous stars holding babies. So far 80 celebrities and 150 babies have been photographed for the exhibition, and 90% of the babies have been adopted. Kim Hye-su, in particular, has been rounding up support for the project, posting photos and articles about the exhibition on her personal homepage.

The exhibition will be held from December 17 through 23 at Insa Art Center in Seoul, and can also be viewed online at http://gallery.lovefund.or.kr.

Source: KBS WORLD
Picture Source: Sports Seoul
Credit: seoulfull.wordpress.com

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  1. This is a great cause, I really applaud celebrities for bringing light to this issue. =) I know a lot of internationally adopted koreans here in America, and it’s unfortunate to know that some of them don’t have any connection with their korean culture. so keeping adoption within korea is an awesome step. thanks for sharing.


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