[Intern reporter Lee Hae-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]
Singer Park Seo-jin’s fan club expressed their warm hearts to help the displaced people.
Park Seo-jin’s fan club ‘Anchorbyul’ donated 54,563,000 won to the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association on the 24th of last month for flood victims who have been damaged by the recent heavy rain.
In March, Seo-jin Park and ‘Anchorbyul’ donated 30 million won for Covid-19 damage support through the Fruit of Love to the Social Welfare Community Chest to practice meaningful good deeds.
In addition to this, ‘Anchorbyul’ has made various donations such as helping underprivileged children, giving rice to the underprivileged, and raising donations, and continues to take the lead in creating a culture of donation and a healthy fan club, spreading its good influence.
On the other hand, Park Seo-jin, who has maintained the top rank in the number of fan club members among male trot singers with an exciting Janggu performance, excellent singing ability and digestion of various genres, recently appeared on KBS2’s ‘Immortal Songs’ and won the final championship with the desperate ‘One Cup of Makgeolli’ stage.
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