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SBS ‘K-Pop Star’s Han Hee Jun has joined in on the continuous donations.
Han Hee Jun gained much attention after rising to the Top 6 in the recently concluded K-Pop Star season 3. He especially touched the hearts of many viewers byshowing his many efforts to let go of his American Idol title and meet eye-to-eye with the Korean audience.
In all of this, Han Hee Jun has moved the public once again. He has donated 10 million won to the families of the victims in the Sewol sinking accident, as well as canceled his April 19 fanmeeting to pay his respects to the victims.
Han Hee Jun’s US agency spoke with Newsen on April 23, saying, “Han Hee Jun donated 10 million won to the families of victims.”
“The donation is a collection of the money from Han Hee Jun’s appearance fees and profits from events
Actor Cha Seung-won donated 100 million won with his condolences.
According to the Community Chest of Korea, Cha Seung-won gave 100 million in his name through the Fruit of Love.
This donation is to be used to support the search and rescue of victims from the sunken ship Sewol.
Other than Cha Seung-won, Song Hye-kyo, Kang Dong-won and Yoo Ah-in delivered relief goods to the families of victims and Ryoo Hyeon-jin, Jeong Il-woo, Ha Ji-won, Joo Sang-wook and others made donations.
Meanwhile, Cha Seung-won stars in the new SBS drama "You're Surrounded".
Netizens say, "I wish the money was used for the families", "It's a wonderful donation" and more.
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South Korean Celebs Kim Yuna, Ha Ji Won, Cha Seung Won Donate $100,000 To Victims Of Sewol Ferry Tragedy
As divers continue to search for survivors among the wreckage of the Sewol ferry, several of South Korea"s top celebrities have pledged their support for the victims and their loved ones in the form of generous charity donations.
Olympic champion figure skater Kim Yuna, actor Cha Seung Won and actress Ha Ji Won each contributed $100,000 to the cause.
"I"m honestly praying for a miracle," Kim wrote in a Twitter post, earlier this week.
On Monday, the Korean Committee for UNICEF praised the 2010 gold medal winner-turned-humanitarian for her charitable contribution in an official statement, according to the website allkpop.
"UNICEF"s national ambassador Kim Yuna has donated $100,000 to the Korean Committee for UNICEF as she shares the pain the whole nation is going through in the wake of the Sewol tragedy
Many celebrities have been showing their generosity and sympathy in relation to the ferry incident by donating a large sum of money to help out in any way possible. Just yesterday, Kim Yuna and Ha Ji Won were revealed to have donated 100 million won (~ $100,000 USD). Now, actor Cha Seung Won was revealed to have done the same.
Actress Ha Ji Won donated $100,000 to the rescue project of the sunken S Korean ferry.
Ha Ji Won was revealed to be in deep shock after hearing about the ferry incident. She is currently in the middle of a drama but she could not hold in her grief and decided to donate to the rescue project.
According to her agency, Ha Ji Won always had a heart for children and the youth. She"s been consistently donating to children"s hospitals and other organizations for children.
According to Community Chest Board of South Korea on April 22, actor Cha Seung Won donates 100 million won to the deprived and rescue operations relating to the Sewol tragedy.
Aside from him, various actors and celebrities had donated as well like Song Seung Heon, Kim Yuna, Han Ji Won, On Joo Wan, Jung Il Woo, Joo Sang Wook, Park Jae Min, Kim Bo Seong, and more. more.
Meanwhile, Cha Seung Won is cast in the upcoming SBS drama 'You're Surrounded'.
Actor Kim Bo-seong donated 10 million won to the Sewol ferry disaster.
Fruit of Love Community Chest claimed that Kim Bo-seong donated 10 million won to the crisis on the 21st.
Stars have been making generous donations to the search and rescue efforts of the Sewol ferry disaster.
Joo Sang-wook, Ha Ji-won, Jeong Il-woo, Song Seung-heon, Oh Joo-wan and others have been donating money under their own names and Song Hye-kyo, Kang Dong-won, Yoo Ah-in and others have been sending relief goods to Port Pengmok where the victims' families are currently staying.
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Actress Ha Ji-won donated 100 million won to the Sewol crisis.
According to Ha Ji-won, mourned for the victims of the Sewol ferry tragedy and donated 100 million won.
Ha Ji-won normally adores children and has been supporting children at the art, music and physical education school and disabled children at the Severance Hospital.
Ha Ji-won's donation will be delivered to the community chest and be used in the search and rescue mission of the ship's victims.
Meanwhile, Ha Ji-won is playing the role of Ki Seung-nyang in the MBC drama "Empress Qi".
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Skater Kim Yuna may be the "Ice Queen," but she showed that her heart was warm and as pure as gold through a recent donation for the victims and those affected by the tragic ferry incident.
The Korean Committee for UNICEF said on April 21, "UNICEF"s national ambassador Kim Yuna has donated 100 million won (around $100,000 USD) to the Korean Committee for UNICEF as she shares the pain the whole nation is going through in the wake of the Sewol tragedy."
Through her SNS, Kim Yuna wrote, "I earnestly pray for a miracle."
last "Empress Qi" scenes, she decided to donate to show her condolences.
The agency said, "Ha Ji Won was even more hurt upon learning that the majority of the accident victims were young people
Brother-sister "K-Pop Star 2"-winners Akdong Musician soared to the top of the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 this week, taking home the number one and number three spot in the second week their debut album "Play" entered the chart.
The leadoff single "200%" is currently at number one, after debuting at number 17 and their song "Give Love" is at number three after entering the chart last week at number 31.
"200%" has also topped the Korean record charts Melon, Mnet.com, Olleh Music, Genie, Daum Music and Monkey3 for the last two weeks.
As if that wasn"t enough for the famously shy teens, "Play" is also currently ranked at number two on Billboard"s World Albums chart.
Debuting at number two this week on the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 is the IU collaboration with the boy band HIGH4, "Not Spring, Love Or Cherry Blossoms