Ahn Bo-Hyun Donates 12,672 Sanitary Napkins in Honour of Menstrual Hygiene Day
G-Foundation (a non-governmental organisation) revealed on Friday (May 27) that Ahn Bo-Hyun has donated 12,672 sanitary napkins that will benefit around 1,060 women and young girls for six months, in honour of Menstrual Hygiene Day (May 28).
The 34-year-old My Name and Military Prosecutor Doberman star explained that he "wanted to share the love [he] received from many people."
He added: "In the future, I will continue to take interest in and share with our marginalised neighbours, so that I can become an actor who brings happiness to many people."
Last month, Bo-Hyun was offered the lead role in the webtoon-based drama See You In My 19th Life alongside Shin Hye-Sun, and is currently filming the rom-com movie 2 o'clock Date with Yoona of Girls' Generation.
Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon Gets Sequel After 5 Years With Lee Yoo-Mi as Lead
The 2017 hit drama Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon is confirmed to have a second season, with Squid Game and All Of Us Are Dead star Lee Yoo-mi, 27, as the female lead.
Park Hyung-Sik and Park Bo-Young in a still for Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon (left), Lee Yoo-Mi on the set of the drama All Of Us Are Dead (right).
The sequel is titled Strong Woman Kang Nam-Soon and it follows Bong-soon's (Park Bo-Young) distant cousin Nam-Soon (Lee Yoo-Mi) — a young girl from Mongolia who is searching for her mother (Kim Jung-Eun). All three women share the same power that runs in the family.
The rest of the cast includes Ong Seong-Wu as a detective, Kim Hae-Sook as Nam-Soon's grandmother and Byun Woo-Seok as the antagonist.
The sequel will be helmed by scriptwriter Baek Mi-Kyung who worked on the first season, and Work Now, Drink Later director Kim Jung-Sik.
Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon ended on a happy note with Bong-soon and Min-Hyuk (Park Hyung-Sik) getting married and having twins, and fans of the show are hoping that the beloved duo will make an appearance in the sequel.
K-Drama Our Blues Casts Actress With Down Syndrome
Jung Eun-Hye, 32, who is a caricature artist with Down Syndrome, made her acting debut as a character with the same condition in episode 14 of the K-drama Our Blues, available on Netflix.
Behind-the-scenes footage of Han Ji-Min (left) and Kim Woo-Bin (right) with Jung Eun-Hye on the set of Our Blues. PHOTO: tvN
Eun-Hye was revealed as the character Lee Young-hee, the sister of Young-Ok (Han Ji-min).
According to reports, actor Kim Woo-bin and Ji-min spent time with and got close to Eun-Hye prior to filming, and they could be seen interacting warmly in the behind-the-scenes footage released by tvN.
The episode received its second-highest viewership rating since it aired on April 9 this year, and the trailer for the next episode is keeping fans on their toes as it shows tension and conflict between the onscreen sisters.
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This article was first published on AsiaOne and republished on theAsianparent with permission.
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