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Yoo In Na and Ku Hye Sun Help Children in Need Through ′Hope TV′

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2013.05.08 14:00 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Yoo In Na and Ku Hye Sun lent their talents to SBS′ 2013 Hope TV in order to help needy children.

Yoo In Na and Ku Hye Sun Help Children in Need Through ′Hope TV′

Despite her busy schedule between KBS2′s You′re the Best Lee Soon Shin and her KBS Cool FM radio show Volume Up, Yoo In Na still found time to narrate for the show for no payment at all. Producers were led to praise her during the recording session held recently for delivering all her lines clearly, showing just how she had become a popular radio show host.

This isn′t the first time Yoo In Na has shown interest in sharing, as she previously participated in supportive programs for African children and donated profits from her photo spreads.

Yoo In Na said, "I wasn′t able to join in the volunteer work itself, but I wanted to participate in heart."

Ku Hye Sun visited an elementary school in Jeollanam-do, which closed three years ago, to draw murals for it.

As a part of the ′Dream With′ project led by Hope TV, she helped reestablish the closed school building as a children′s center for the region.

She draw on the walls of the buildings and had a good time with the local children, helping to make the location a center that would protect children in need of shelter in the future.

Ku Hye Sun said, "I′m honored that I was able to participate in the project with my small talent. I hope the dreams and hopes of children will grow from the places I′ve touched."

The actress′ works will be revealed through the May 10-11 broadcast of Hope TV.

Yoo In Na and Ku Hye Sun Help Children in Need Through ′Hope TV′

Photo credit: enews DB, YG Entertainment

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