Sunday, January 17, 2010

Goo Hye Sun and Fahrenheight Film an MV to Promote Taiwan

credit: minjee@soompi

Riding on the popularity of Taiwan's well-known idol group Fahrenheit and the new generation Korean actress Goo Hye Sun, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau invited them to shoot a music video, hoping to introduce Taiwan's beautiful scenery and delicious food to foreign countries. The aim is to attract Japanese and Korean visitors below age 35.

Fahrenheit, who have been Taiwan tourism ambassadors for three consecutive years, enjoy a high reputation overseas. On January 14th, they filmed the MV "Touch Your Heart" with Goo Hye Sun in Taipei Flower Expo Pavilion Butterfly Museum. This was the first time Fahrenheit and Goo Hye Sun met each other, and both gave good impressions to each other. Fahrenheit said, "To promote Taiwan's tourism, each of us will take her to a place which might be renowned for its scenery or food. Tonight we will bring her to Shihlin, the most famous night market. We will be eating and filming at that time."

To cultivate their understanding, Fahrenheit taught Goo Hye Sun how to make Taiwanese spring rolls, and Goo Hye Sun helped them make wrapped kimchi inside spring rolls. Fahrenheit said, "Korean taste, Korean style. We have heard that Koreans have something called "eight treasures dish", which is similar to Taiwanese spring rolls, but you can put eight ingredients inside. With Taiwan, there is no limitation! You can put anything in as you like. You'll know when you look at Wu Zun; he likes everything."The media asked Goo Hye Sun to compare Fahrenheit with Korean boy band F4 to see who is more handsome. Goo Hye Sun smiled and said that everyone is unique and is very kind, but she felt Fahrenheit are more humorous, and since she came to Taiwan, of course she would answer that Fahrenheit are more handsome. These two days, the weather in Taiwan was very cold with the temperature dropping to below 10 degrees Celsius. But Goo Hye Sun said that as compared to Korea, the weather in Taiwan is just like spring. She also said she hoped to have more opportunities to travel around Taiwan in future.

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