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Goo Hye Sun donates $16,500 to pets in need

The proceeds from her exhibition amounting to 20 million won in profits will be given as a donation to organisations for pets




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South Korean actress Goo Hye Sun has donated 20 million won ($16,485) to pets in need.

Goo Hye Sun posted photos of her pet on Aug 27 with the message, “A Without You, Is Loneliness to Me,” ‘Jinsan Gallery – Goo Hye Sun Preview’ has wrapped up successfully. The 20 million won in profits will be given as a donation to organisations for pets. Thank you.”

Fans responded, “Such a cool person,” “I love you,” “I’ll always you. Fighting,” and more.

In other news, Goo Hye Sun and  are currently going through a public divorce battle.

The couple got married in May 2016 after acting together in the KBS drama, Blood.

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Goo Hye Sun has just revealed a series of text messages that she exchanged with which show that the couple have agreed to a divorce.

In the morning of 18 August, Goo Hye Sun posted on to share a message about her marriage.

In addition to a photo of the words “I love you, Goo Hye Sun. I love you. Goo Hye Sun,” the actress posted the following message:

“After we lost our spark, my husband has had a change of heart and wants a divorce, and I want to stay married. (Next week, representatives of my husband will be releasing news reports, and I am informing you that they are completely untrue. I hope that the truth will come to light.)”

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The actress posted screenshots of a text message conversation between the two spouses on .

The conversation, which is cut off at parts, seems to reveal that Ahn Jae Hyun and Ku Hye Sun have already agreed to a divorce.

Throughout the text messages, Ahn Jae Hyun speaks to Goo Hye Sun in formal speech, while Goo Hye Sun speaks to Ahn Jae Hyun informally.


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