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Kwon Sang Woo helps build a beautiful home for the less fortunate on new JTBC show

By KpopJoA   Friday, February 3, 2017   42,856   5,460   0



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On February 3, actor Kwon Sang Woo was featured in the first episode of 'JTBC's 'This Is My Home,' an exclusive project building homes for unfortunate families (similar to 'Extreme Makeover Home Edition').

He stated his reason for appearing on the show, "I liked the title. 'This Is My Home' has a thoughtful meaning behind it.  The word home itself is significant to me."  Having an unprivileged childhood, a home has a special place in the actor's heart too.

Together, Lee Kyung Kyu, Chae Jung Ahn, and Kwon Sang Woo headed to the home of the unfortunate family.  The home was in very poor condition and was built over 100 years ago. "We have to tear it down," said Lee Kyung Kyu, staring at the old house.  "This is so shocking, to even think that children live here. It's unbelievable," said Chae Jung Ahn.  "I came after reading the letter but I didn't think it was going to be this bad," commented Kwon Sang Woo.

Demolishing the old house:

With construction expert Mr. Yang overseeing the production, the trio began to work.  Once the old house was demolished, they met together to discuss the blueprint and layout.  "I want to present a special space for them," said Mr. Yang.

Kwon Sang Woo spent a lot of time with the children, while the new house was being constructed.

Upon seeing the completed home, everyone was amazed and the family was thankful.  The children looked around the house admiring the modern interior.  

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cmerle1 Friday, February 10, 2017

This is the second time I've seen an article with Mr. Yang and his construction crew/company. Sir, you're doing great things. Thank you for helping out so many families.

kamani Sunday, February 5, 2017

Great work..

LordLiar18 Friday, February 3, 2017

That's so thoughtful!! Hope more people could participate in those actions! :)

Winston Friday, February 3, 2017

When i see those celebrities donating and delivering coal briqs to those who live in the hilly country side, where they dun have access to gas or electric boilers in winter, i often wonder why the government dun relocate them nearby, and demolish all the old house to rebuild new ones, with proper heating facilities. it will solve the problem once and for all, instead of repeating the process of delivering hundreds of coal briq year after year, requiring manpower to carry it to each household. if they do that for 1 village per year, i think it will improve Seoul slowly and also change the life of many.

cmerle1 Winston Friday, February 10, 2017

Great idea. But it may cost too much or the budget doesn't allow for this? I don't know much about that aspect of the government.

Winston cmerle1 Friday, February 10, 2017

the idea "give a man a fish and he eats for a meal, but teach him how to teach and he eats for a lifetime", if you buy and supply them coal briq, it only last them this winter and you have to repeat it again next year, wasting manpower and time to do so year after year, why not install some pipping or whatever to supply the homes with gas or electricity to have heating and you dun need to use coal briq, if it is not possible due to the infrastructure, than it may consider re-developing the entire place,

kiko_san Friday, February 3, 2017

great job!

kalimilano Friday, February 3, 2017

Wonderful ...

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