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Song Hye Kyo provides Korean brochures to the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai

Actress Song Hye Kyo again provided Korean brochures to a historic site with Seo Kyung Duk, a guest professor of Sungshin University.

On April 13, professor Seo said Song and she provided Korean brochures to the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai. It’s her second time providing Korean brochures to a famous place after MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York.

Professor Seo said, “We provided 10,000 copies of newly-designed Korean brochures to each of the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai, the Yoon Bong Gil Memorial Hall, and the accommodation of the provisional government in Ga Heung to commemorate the foundation of the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai.”

The brochure includes a chronological table of the Korean independence movement history and brief explanations about the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai, the site of Yoon Bong Gil’s movement, the accommodation of the provisional government in Ga Heung, Kim Koo’s refuge, and the Provisional Government of Korea in Hangzhou.

A spokesperson for Song says, “Song Hye Kyo is currently very active in such Asian countries as China and Taiwan. She decided to provide Korean brochures to the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai because she realized the importance of Korean brochures through her activities in such overseas countries.”

Song and professor Seo will continue to provide Korean brochures to world-renowned museums like MoMA and Korean historic sites in foreign countries like the Provisional Government of Korea in Chungking.