Korean Entertainers Step Up to Help Japan

      March 14, 2011 08:35

      Some of Korea's top celebrities are preparing to help the victims of Japan's deadly earthquake and tsunami.

      R's Company, the management agency of actor and singer Ryu Si-won, one of the most popular Korean stars in Japan, said on Sunday, "Ryu is deeply grieving the catastrophe that struck Japan. He has decided to donate to the victims and write a letter of condolence to his fans there."

      From left, Bae Yong-joon, Ryu Si-won and Lee Byung-hun

      Bae Yong-joon's management agency KEYEAST said, "The entire company, including Bae, is discussing ways to help the victims." Bae donated 30 million yen to the victims of the earthquake that hit Nigata, Japan in 2004.

      BH Entertainment, which manages Lee Byung-hun and Han Hyo-joo, said, "We are thinking of ways of working with Lee and Han to raise the spirits of the Japanese people."

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