On May 22, Lee Min Ho took part in the ‘2015 Family Festival‘ to commemorate the 35th year of Lotte Duty Free Shop. On this day, he addressed fans, bringing up his generous recent donation to Nepal to aid them in recovering from the earthquakes.
He said, “My fans have done good work for many years. I was stimulated from seeing that and thought I would have to change first. And as much as I feel happiness with a lot of people, I thought it would be good if we could divide up that work, so I started to bit by bit do good work. Among that, one was donating to Nepal. I hope that these things would be good opportunities to share happiness with even more people.
“There is no emptiness in my heart in giving as much love as I’ve received, and I came to realize that I could feel more sincere happiness by sharing that love. I hope that the society would become one that shares love with even more people and that within this [society], happiness could be felt.”
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updated on 15 May 2015 14:09 & 14:11 (KST)
Actor Lee Min-ho‘s behind-the-scene photos from his Eider commercial filming set have been revealed.
The French outdoor brand Eider (www.eider.co.kr) has revealed the third commercial, ‘ICE-T’ of their 2015 Spring and Summer season TV commercial series as well as the BTS photos from the filming set.
The TV commercial of Eider’s 2015 S/S season was created to showcase the three dimensional cooling material of their product vividly.
Lee Min-ho freezes as soon as he puts on the ICE-T shirts momentarily and then he starts moving again as seen in the commercial. Through the so called Ice & Freeze game, it explains how the cooling material will work, while the commercial delivers such entertainment to the viewers.
In the Eider’s TV commercial this time, Lee Min-ho, dressed up in the shirt and the shorts made with the cooling material, runs up the hill and enjoys the cool breeze from the ocean.
Eiders also revealed the BTS photos from the filming set. While he shows off his manly side sprinting up the hill, he also looks cute and stylish in the scene where he is taking a break and enjoying the cool breeze from the ocean.
Lee Min-ho‘s Eider TV commercial full of his fun and mischievous sides can be watched on groundwave TV channels and cable TV channels.
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South Korean actor Lee Min-ho is receiving a flood of congratulations from his fans around the world on the ninth anniversary of his debut, local media reported Monday.
Lee made his debut with the EBS teenage drama “Secret Campus” in 2006.
“Lee’s fans from every corner of the globe are celebrating his ninth anniversary by sharing congratulatory messages and holding meaningful events for Lee. We really appreciate fans’ support and events prepared for Lee,” said a representative of Lee’s management agency.
His Korean fans put on “Billboard Event” six years in a row, in which they display congratulatory words and key moments from the films and TV series Lee starred, on the billboards across major spots in Seoul such as Myeong-dong, Gangnam, Sinchon area.
Lee’s fans in Japan have made a street named after him, called “Lee Min-ho Street,” in the downtown of Tokyo while presenting congratulatory messages on the large billboards across Tokyo. They also have had some buses with posters of Lee travel around Seoul to promote his world tour.
Chinese fans are continuously making donations under Lee’s name to celebrate his anniversary since they made a donation for Sichuan earthquake relief in his name.
Turkish fans conducted a paragliding performance at 2,400m above the sea level to show the love and support for Lee, according to the reports.
Lee expressed his gratitude to his fans saying, “I’m truly grateful for the fans’ love and continuous support. All these warm words mean a lot to me. I’ll repay the supports I have continued to receive from my fans with good films”
Lee, 27, has most recently donated 100 million won to help the victims of the earthquake in Nepal under the name of his fan club “Minoz,” while participating in various charity drives through the donation platform “PMZ” which he established with his fans.
By Hong Hye-jin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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