Kim Go-eun donated 50 million won to the Seoul National University Children’s Hospital to help treat low-income children.
“My little friends, wish you could go to school as soon as possible.”
Kim Go-Eun’s agency, BH Entertainment, said Kim donated 50 million won to Seoul National University Children’s Hospital on Wednesday.
Kim Go-Eun’s donation, which was delivered to Seoul National University Children’s Hospital, will be used to treat low-income children who have difficulty in treatment due to financial burdens.
Kim Go-eun said, “I hope that there will be a day when my young friends can go to school as soon as possible and meet their friends,” and added, “I hope my small help will be a little bit of help, and I want to continue to add strength in both ways.”
Meanwhile, Kim Go-eun is in the middle of filming as the main character Yumi in tvN’s new upcoming tv drama “Yumi’s Cells,” alongside Ahn Bo Hyun, Lee Yoo Bi and Park Ji Hyun.
“Yumi’s Cell” is based on a popular webtoon of the same name, the drama will revolve around an employee called Yumi and the different cells in her brain that control her emotions, feelings and actions. The main role of Yumi is played Kim-Go-Eun. “Yumi’s Cells” is scheduled to air in the second half of this year.