Korean actress Choi Ji-woo will be visiting the Kingdom of Swaziland in South Africa to lend a helping hand to the less fortunate.
Documentary producer With Culture explained in a press release that Choi traveled to Swaziland for a week-long stay starting Tuesday to help install a hand pump as part of her effort to help children undergoing difficulties in the drought-stricken region.
The actress will also provide a character of herself for use in an animation to be used to educate children in the area of hygiene.
“I am glad to be of at least a bit of help to this part of the world which is rarely noticed. Hopefully, this will create awareness of the hardships that the people are facing”, Choi was quoted as saying.
With Culture will shoot a documentary of Choi’s relief work in Swaziland which is scheduled to air on April13 on MBC.
Choi, 34, became a household name throughout Asia with the success of “Winter Sonata” also starring actor Bae Yong-joon.
Seon Woo Seon’s Haiti Outreach pictures released
Actress Seon Woo Seon volunteered and travelled to Haiti to help the victim of Haiti earthquake. With her visit, she brought some gifts for these poor children, shown in these pictures. Haiti Outreach published her pictures on their official website, along with Haitian children, hoping that with these foundation, they can gather more people to help these innocent children.
Netizens commented that the actress and these children looked very fond of each other. Seon Woo Seon played with them and happily volunteered to help out.
Last February, Seon Woo Seon appared in KBS1 “Love Request” and also announcer Kim Kyeong Ran’s “Good Neighbors” in report of her travel to Haiti. They have shown what the volunteers that went with her did in Haiti, and according to the people of Haiti, they have received a great help from these volunteers.