An extraordinary initiative has been carried out by the actress named Song Hye Kyo over the past few years.
For the past 12 years, she has demonstrated her activism in movements that have brought honor to Korea.
Actress Song Hye Kyo continues to make steady strides, showcasing a commitment that goes beyond mere words.
Recently, she collaborated with Professor Seo Kyoung Duk for a donation.
She made a contribution in the form of a large-sized relief sculpture to the Korea Taipei School.
This action is part of the “Campaign to Donate Works of Aid for Independence Movement Figures.”
The donation aims to commemorate “Patriotic Martyrs’ Day.”
The contribution is made to honor the heroes who dedicated themselves, sacrificing for the recovery of national sovereignty.
The donated relief sculpture depicts independence activist Cho Myung Ha.
The sculpture measures 80cm by 90cm with the purpose of highlighting lesser-known figures like independence activist Cho Myung Ha.
This actress’s action marks her seventh contribution as part of the campaign, following her donations to memorial museums in the Netherlands and China.
Professor Seo stated that his hope is that this effort will raise awareness for overlooked independence activists.
Song Hye Kyo herself has been active for the past 12 years in promoting Korean culture abroad.
She has made contributions in the form of Korean language guidebooks, signboards, and relief sculptures to 35 locations worldwide.
A notable highlight was when she sponsored the entire cost of producing Korean language guidebooks.