Sunny Electronics Makes Major Donation to Korean War Veteran's Program

    Sunny Electronics Makes Major Donation to Korean War Veteran's Program

Young Eui Kwak, Sunny Chairman, Touts Contribution by American veterans to
"the incalculable value of freedom"

PR Newswire

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30, 2012

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --The Sunny Electronics Corporation
and its major shareholder, Young Eui Kwak, has made a significant contribution
to the US&Korea Alliance Association ceremony honoring the veterans who served
in the Korean War.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120930/LA82559LOGO)

The event was held at 10 a.m. this Saturday, September 29, at MacArthur Park
in downtown Los Angeles. The event featured hundreds of veterans, United
States Marine Corps Band (Third Aircraft Wing, Miramar), a flower ceremony at
the MacArthur statue, and speeches by such luminaries as former commanding
General B. B. Bell, UFC/UNC/USFK, Jung-Un Chan, former Primer Minister of the
Republic of Korea, and Park Sung Choon, Minister of Patriot and Veterans
Affairs.

The donation amount his company is making to the event pales in comparison to
the sacrifices made by American veterans during the war.

"It is a great honor to pay tribute to those who sacrificed their lives and
served so honorably during the ruthless Korean War," Kwak said. "Many
consider this to be the 'Forgotten War.' However, it is not forgotten by
those who served. As a boy during the war I witnessed the horrors of war and
came to realize how precious freedom is."

The US&Korea Alliance is a non-profit group dedicated to honoring American
Korean War veterans and fostering better ties between the United States and
the Republic of Korea and was founded by Dr. Chuck Rheem.

For more information on the event, please visit www.us-kor.org

For more information on Sunny, please visit www.sunny.co.kr or
www.sunny-usa.com



SOURCE Sunny Electronics Corporation

Website: http://www.sunny-usa.com
Website: http://www.us-kor.org
Website: http://www.sunny.co.kr
Contact: Thomas Buckley, +1-951-640-9933, tom@kcomm.com
 
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