Song Hye Kyo, Song Joong Ki: Actress’ Charities Resume After Enrolling in Art School; ‘DOTS’ star donates to support ‘Hangul Day’


The life of Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki is slowly returning to what it was before they got married. This means that they return to celibacy and that they are coping well with their new life.

Joong Ki returns to acting and is busy with film and drama projects. That was how he was before he got married in 2017, so it’s safe to say he’s making good progress. On the other hand, Hye Kyo, who is also busy most of the time, takes a short break to go back to school and explore other things that she hadn’t been able to do before.

Hye Kyo is back to “give”

In addition to enrolling in a small art class, Song Hye Kyo also resumed her charitable work. Although she is not physically present in the places where they help people, she shows her support by donating money.

Today, Song Joong Ki’s ex-wife is helping people by teaming up again with Sungshin Women’s University professor Seo Kyung Duk to help spread Korean history. According to Korea Xports News, on the occasion of Hangul Day in South Korea, the actress and the “Descendants of the Sun” teacher donated 10,000 copies of the Korean guide to the village of Utoro in Japan.

It was said that Song Hye Kyo has continuously donated for the production of brochures showcasing historical sites in his country. She knows these will be distributed around the world to help spread awareness and awareness of South Korea’s colorful history and culture.

“Today is Hangul Day, which celebrates the creation and distribution of our Hangul, the teacher wrote on his Instagram October 9. “In commemoration of this day, actress Song Hye Kyo and I once again continued our plan to donate Korean Guides to Korean historical sites around the world.”

Joong Ki is still shooting for new movies

While Hye Kyo donates and studies abroad, Song Joong Ki spends his time filming “Victory.” He recently ended the drama “Arthdal ​​Chronicles” on a positive note and is now set to kick off another successful project, which is a movie. It has been reported to be the very first Korean sci-fi film, and some foreign artists like Robert Armitage are also involved as cast members.


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