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Fashion show to help people born to Vietnamese-Korean couples

Thursday, June 06, 2013, 13:02 GMT+7

A fashion show to raise funds to help people who were born to Vietnamese and South Korean couples will be held in Ho Chi Minh City tonight.

Titled “Anh Sang va Tam Hon” (Light and soul), the show features works by Korean designer Iris Sung, who is famous for using natural materials for her beautiful Hanbok, the traditional costume of South Korea, designs.

The event, held by the Overseas Korean Association in HCMC and supported by the Korean Consulate General, will feature actress Sa Mi Ja and families of people born to Vietnamese-Korean couples.

“Light and Soul” will take place at White Palace at 194 Hoang Van Thu Street in Phu Nhuan District.  



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