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About his visit, Yoon Si Yoon said, "Opinions on giving are varied. People say we have to help the children in our country first or there are more important matters, but who can really determine that?"
He went on to add, "The important thing to me is that the children I met all needed help immediately. They don't even have basic necessities. I saw through my own eyes just how the slightest bit of help creates a big change in these children's lives."
Finally, the actor shared, "The more children I met and the more we shared, the sadder I got, but I could not cry. I said to myself that I wouldn't. As a stranger to this lifestyle, I don't have the right to pity them. I can't put together all of the stories that I encountered in Kenya in just a few words, but the one word that I can muster up is 'education.' I felt that education was the only hope and the future."