'Real Men' cast tries speaking Filipino



MBC's 'Real Men' cast including ZE:A’s Hyungsik, Super Junior M’s Henry, actor Kim Soo Ro, singer K.Will, Chung Jung-myung, Park Hyung-sik, Seo Kyung-suk, Park Gun-hyung, and Australian Sam Hammington went in Tacloban on May 5th, and stayed for six days.

They joined Korea's Araw Unit (Sun Unit) in helping the victims of ST Haiyan. Particularly, they visited Mohon Elementary School in Tanauan, Leyte to rebuild their classrooms.

Before going in the Philippines, they tried to speak Tagalog using the lines of Tagalized Korean drama. The video says, "Now here are the Korean superstars who are really taking Filipino lessons seriously. They are the lead cast on 'Real Man' of MBC, one of the most famous reality shows in South Korea and most watched online by the Filipino. They needed to speak in Tagalog because they went in Tacloban for six days as military volunteers. Henry Lau of Super Junior-M was really affected of what he saw in Tacloban. Despite of the situation of the victims of Yolanda (ST Haiyan), fans were still able to dance for them. They tried to speak Tagalog using the lines from the Tagalized Korean dramas."

The Korea's Araw Unit ('araw' literally means sun, and figuratively means hope) is part of the country's humanitarian assistance efforts. To mention a few from their help, the unit has rehabilitated ten elementary schools, five public facilities and one hospital in Tacloban, Leyte; rendered medical services; and granted scholarships.

The Philippines is the country where they did their first-ever overseas shoot. However, they left a mark that will be forever treasured by the Filipinos.
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written by: loveluytakyo@dkpopnews.net
SOURCE: ABS-CBN News