Spotlight on Korea's psychic twins Chinhee and Sunhee Park

Chinhee and Sunhee Park are identical Korean twins are fast building names for themselves as psychic stars and have twelve years of empathy, clairvoyance, telepathy and mediumship between them.

At the age of 15, they both had the same dream of their mother dying from cancer and sadly their prediction came true shortly afterwards. At 19, they started to exercise their abilities in the entertainment industry and were spotted by an NBA basketball player and talent agent, who sent them on auditions for parts in Law & Order, MTV, TBS, Independent Films. They've also featured in Marie Claire, Book of Twins, Time, People, and many other international magazines and newspapers.

Each twin has her own strengths, with Sunhee the better at helping with physical conditions and Chinhee best at tuning in to the emotional and spiritual side.

With a two-year-old radio show and guest appearances on many other shows, the twins are prolific in both their success and their reach. Adopting the direct and specific 'New York Style' of healing, Chinhee and Sunhee specialize in helping those who have suffered an array of abuses.

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