Moon geun young dating
Love is in the air for Moon Geun Young and her “Godess of Fire: Jeonji” co-star Kim Bum who have been secretly a couple for over a month.
The two have decided to go public with their relationship so they wont be subjected to any rumors.
Moon again showed her generosity by building a Korean library for young Korean expatriates in Australia.
Working with the Lindfield Korean School in Sydney, the actress donated ₩100 million towards construction of a permanent Korean library (called the Hangeul Library) and also donated 10,000 books to over 40 Korean schools scattered across the city.
Apart from the Community Chest of Korea, Moon has also given several hundred millions of won to scholarship foundations.
Because of her charitable activities, particularly for the Community Chest of Korea, Moon was selected among 100 people that "lit up the world" in 2008 in a survey conducted by the Korea Green Foundation.
Moon was launched as a major star with her role in Kim Jee-woon's critically acclaimed horror film A Tale of Two Sisters (2003).
A Tale of Two Sisters ranks among the highest-grossing Korean horror films and was the first to be screened in American theaters.
She won the Best Young Actress award at the 2000 KBS Drama Awards for her role, together with her co-star Choi Woo-hyuk.
Moon also paid an unannounced visit to their classrooms.
Moon donated more than ₩850 million over the last ten years to the Community Chest of Korea, a nationwide network of 16 nonprofit fundraising organizations, becoming the biggest individual donor.
Moon has been donating books with her own money since 2006, when she saw during a visit to her relatives in Australia how young Korean students there did not have enough books or places to learn Korean.
In April 2009, Moon donated the Haenam Children's Center to be used as a study room for poor students to the NGO group Good People, an international charity group of UN UCOSCO special consultative status aiming to improve self-sustainability and eradicate extreme poverty through restoration of self-esteem using the principles of human dignity and equality at a global level.