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입력 2019.02.11 (15:27) 수정 2019.02.11 (15:44) News Today
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On today's cultural news, we bring you the story of TVXQ member U-Know Yunho's fans making a donation to help young patients from low-income families in Korea. Let's take a look

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TVXQ member U-Know Yunho's Japanese fans have made donations to help young patients from low-income families in Korea. Child Fund Korea announced that a fan club in Japan sent 15 million won to mark U-Know Yunho's birthday. The Korean charity group said that all the money will go to providing clothes to young patients. It's worth noting that this is not the first good deed carried out by this fan club. U-know Yunho's Japanese fan club has been sending rice and books to his hometown, Gwangju, every year since 2010. Last year the fan club even provided his alma mater with a scholarship. His Japanese fans say that these charitable acts were inspired by the Korean idol singer's request that, instead of giving him expensive gifts, they should spend that money for good cause. These generous acts show how a star's influence should be used. The Chinese remake of Korean movie "Veteran" starring Hwang Jung-min and Yoo Ah-in has set a box office record. The "Veteran" makeover was released in China earlier this year under the title "The Big Shot." The online edition of the Global Times reported that the police action movie "The Big Shot" based on the Korean hit "Veteran" is a smash hit in China. The Chinese daily tabloid reported that, as of February 1st, the film's accumulated ticket sales exceeded 366 million yuan, or roughly 60.7 billion won. That's the highest profit made by a Chinese remake of a Korean movie. Movie critics say that the film's success was driven by the "localization strategy" which added just the right amount of Chinese elements to the original story line. Meanwhile, "Veteran" is an action comedy film about a veteran cop trying to expose a business tycoon's corruption and crimes. This entertaining movie drew about 13 million moviegoers in Korea when it was released in 2015.
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    • 입력 2019-02-11 15:34:52
    • 수정2019-02-11 15:44:57
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

On today's cultural news, we bring you the story of TVXQ member U-Know Yunho's fans making a donation to help young patients from low-income families in Korea. Let's take a look

[Pkg]

TVXQ member U-Know Yunho's Japanese fans have made donations to help young patients from low-income families in Korea. Child Fund Korea announced that a fan club in Japan sent 15 million won to mark U-Know Yunho's birthday. The Korean charity group said that all the money will go to providing clothes to young patients. It's worth noting that this is not the first good deed carried out by this fan club. U-know Yunho's Japanese fan club has been sending rice and books to his hometown, Gwangju, every year since 2010. Last year the fan club even provided his alma mater with a scholarship. His Japanese fans say that these charitable acts were inspired by the Korean idol singer's request that, instead of giving him expensive gifts, they should spend that money for good cause. These generous acts show how a star's influence should be used. The Chinese remake of Korean movie "Veteran" starring Hwang Jung-min and Yoo Ah-in has set a box office record. The "Veteran" makeover was released in China earlier this year under the title "The Big Shot." The online edition of the Global Times reported that the police action movie "The Big Shot" based on the Korean hit "Veteran" is a smash hit in China. The Chinese daily tabloid reported that, as of February 1st, the film's accumulated ticket sales exceeded 366 million yuan, or roughly 60.7 billion won. That's the highest profit made by a Chinese remake of a Korean movie. Movie critics say that the film's success was driven by the "localization strategy" which added just the right amount of Chinese elements to the original story line. Meanwhile, "Veteran" is an action comedy film about a veteran cop trying to expose a business tycoon's corruption and crimes. This entertaining movie drew about 13 million moviegoers in Korea when it was released in 2015.
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