The SBS drama “Doctors” is doing extremely well, thanks to Park Shin-hye’s huge fan following. To give it back to the people, the South Korean actress is building yet another philanthropic center to support needy children through educational activities.
According to reports, a shining new “Shin-hye Centre” will be built in Manila. Construction will be finished by October this year.
According to Park’s agency SALT Entertainment, the long-term project aims to help destitute children through educational activities.
Park’s support for needy kids began in May 2011, when she volunteered in Ghana for nine days as a goodwill ambassador for the non-profit group Korea Food for the Hungry International (KFHI), the Korea Times reported. Her first “Shin-hye Center” was built in Ghana in December 2013. Since the center opened its doors, over 1,000 Ghanaian children have been provided with a library, a playground and basic education programs. The Philippines center will boast similar services. AllKpop reported that the actress visited the Manila site where the center will be completed in March.