It was a crowded day at 1 Utama last Friday, 14th October 2016 as Mamonde’s brand ambassador and popular Korean actress, Park Shin Hye arrived in Malaysia to officially launch Mamonde Flower Day. Mamonde Flower Day is celebrated to inspire us to show love and appreciation to those we love and admire with the gift of a flower. It is also a day dedicated to admiring the beauty around us, be it the beauty of people or the beauty of Mother Nature.
Park Shin Hye, Mamonde’s brand ambassador and popular Korean actress
Arriving in Malaysia for the first time, Park Shin Hye greeted fans and exchanged flowers with Mamonde’s management staff as a gesture of appreciation and love for welcoming her to the launch of Mamonde Flower Day.
Themed around Mamonde’s flower of the month – the Hibiscus, the LG, Oval Concourse of 1 Utama Shopping Centre is transformed into a flower garden with Hibiscus as the main highlight amidst Mamonde’s other four key flowers i.e the Honeysuckle, Narcissus, Lotus and Camellia. The event was a fun-filled affair featuring a myriad of activities and flower attractions. Participants at the event were treated to game stations such as the Flower Dice and Cotton Candy, photobooth, 5 Key Flowers activity booths and a contest with a chance to win prizes. At the Mamonde Flower Garden, the public was given an opportunity to experience of Mamonde’s Five Key Flowers while enjoying special sets and gifts with purchase.
“The Mamonde Flower Day is a significant event for the brand as we wish to instil among Malaysians an appreciation for flowers as a symbol of love and gratitude towards nature and mankind. We are truly honored to have Park Shin Hye grace our event as she personifies the true beauty of a flower and what Mamonde stands for,” said Celine Diong, Brand General Manager of Mamonde Malaysia.
from left to right: Ms Margaret Chin, Ms Park Shin Hye, Ms Celine Diong
Park Shin Hye was appointed as Mamonde’s brand ambassador in 2014. She began her acting debut in 2003 in the Korean drama Stairway to Heaven. In 2006, she starred in the South Korean-Japanese series Tree of Heaven and later received acclaim for her leading roles in the television dramas You're Beautiful (2009), Heartstrings (2011), Flower Boys Next Door (2013), The Heirs (2013), Pinocchio (2014–2015) and Doctors (2016). In 2015, Park was included in Forbes Korea list of "40 Most Powerful Celebrities" in Korea.