Actress Park Ha-sun is volunteering her time to promote the government's efforts to recover and identify the remains of soldiers who were killed during the Korean War.
Park appears in brochures and posters to promote the Defense Ministry's operation to recover war remains. They promise a reward of up to W700,000 for those who find remains, and offer detailed information including a telephone hotline and instructions on how to collect DNA samples from remains (US$1=W1,079).
Park got a taste of military life when she appeared in MBC's show "Real Men" in 2015, which featured celebrities experiencing life in the Army.
"I'm honored to take part in an important national campaign," said Park. "I hope I can help the war bereaved find their relatives' remains."
Last year, Park volunteered to narrate the ministry's promotional videos for the campaign.
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