Korean singer/actor Kim Hyung-joon heated up Singapore’s TV charity concert this weekend.
The pop singer flew to Singapore to attend the concert “SPD CHARITY SHOW 2013” at MediaCorp TV Theatre on March 17, his agency S Plus Entertainment said.
Organized by the country’s biggest state-run broadcaster MediaCorp TV Singapore, the big-scale show had the aiming of raising funds for disabled people in Singapore.
Kim made a donation in the shape of his talent by performing on stage, along with other Asian acts including the Thai MC-and-deejay Pornsak, Taiwanese emcee Mickey Huang, Hong Kong actress Louise Lee and 9-year-old blind Korean pianist Yoo Ye Eun.
The agency explained that Kim was pleased to join the good-will concert and help the people in need, adding to his past good works of donating rice to low-income families for two straight years and recently, adopting an abandoned dog.
The 25-year-old artist has recently wrapped up shooting his first film role in upcoming movie “Rough Play,” directed by Shin Yeon-shick of the epic drama film “The Russian Novel” and co-starring Lee Joon of MBLAQ, actor Yang Dong-geun and actress Seo Young-hee.