5 years ago
pnhq
in English · 2,017 Views
likes 4clips 0comments 0
Song Hye Kyo provides a Korean application for overseas museums
Actress Song Hye Kyo recently attracted a lot of attention with her love of Korean. In celebration of Hangul Proclamation Day, which is October 9, Song launched a Korean application for smartphone users to give information about overseas museums. On October 9, Seo Kyung Duk, the professor of Sungshin Women’s University, reported the news on his Twitter account. If you search for “Duru Duru” on Android-based smartphones, you can download the application for free. The application will also be provided to iPhone users next week. Seo praised Song, who has constantly provided Korean guides to many tourists spots in foreign countries. He said, “I hope you give a big hand to Song Hye Kyo, who is quietly making a great contribution toward providing Korean guides to tourists.” Song has provided 30,000 copies of Korean guides to the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai in celebration of its foundation. The guides were distributed to the Provisional Government of Korea in Shanghai, Yoon Bong Gil Memorial Hall, and the temporary lodging for Korean government officials. Song and Seo will also provide Korean guides to some world-renowned art museums, including MoMA, in this November. Source: TV Report
pnhq clipped in 1 collections
0 comments