‘How do you play?’, donated 1,823 million won last year (total)

[Reporter Jeong-eun Sung on Daily Economy Star Today]

‘How do you play?’ donated a total of 1,823 million won in 2020 and made a lot of love.

According to MBC on the 11th, ‘How do you play?’ (director Kim Tae-ho and others) donated 290 million won in additional income from Yoo Jae-seok’s various sub characters’ activities in the first half of 2020. At the end of the year, a total of 1.71 billion won was donated to support the underprivileged from additional business proceeds of ‘Yoo San-seul’, ‘Sock3’, and ‘Refund Sisters’. In particular, ‘Sock3’ contributed to the children in the blind spot of caring for COVID-19, and the total revenue of music and additional business reached 1.3 billion won.

Looking at the donation details of ‘How do you play?’,’Yoo San-seul’ donated 160 million won from additional business proceeds to ‘Anna’s House’ for a free meal service support project for the homeless.

‘Sock3’ donated 200 million won to the ‘Korea Pediatric Cancer Foundation’ to support children with leukemia from childhood cancer among music sources and additional business profits, 200 million won to support undernourished children from ‘fruit of love’, and the alienation of the ‘Green Umbrella Children’s Foundation’ 200 million won for the psychological treatment of class children and support for abused children, 200 million won for the recovery of abused children by Save the Children, 200 million won for musical instruments and music education expenses for children and adolescents by the Milal Welfare Foundation, Dongbang Social Welfare Association’ donated 200 million won to support children waiting for adoption and unmarried parenting families, and 100 million won to UNICEF to help prevent malnutrition in children around the world.

In addition, the ‘Refund Sisters’ donated 100 million won to the ‘G Foundation’ women’s product support project and 150 million won to the Durimo (unmarried parenting) family support project of ‘Love Field Together’.

MBC President Park Seong-je said, “MBC had a difficult time last year due to COVID-19. In particular, news of child abuse has been heard amid poor caring for underprivileged children. We are grateful that we can help support the underprivileged through the entertainment donation project with viewers, the tradition of MBC’s social contribution. “This year, MBC celebrates its 60th anniversary. I will repay viewers’ support through contribution activities.”

Meanwhile, MBC’s entertainment program ‘I’m Alone’ has donated 15,571,668 won of additional income for the calendar of ‘Yeo Eun-pa’ to the scholarship support project for children with end of care (Beautiful Foundation).

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