Reported by AsiaToday Jung JeeHui = It has been discovered that group JYJ participates in world wide contribution.
Recently, the video was opened to the public that the students who were damaged by floods in Thailand received the relief supplies and school supplies and they were happy about that.
Last autumn, it was the worst flood in almost 50 years in Thailand, and more than 9 million people including a million of infants were affected. For that, JYJ donated 2 hundred million to support emergency recovery supplies and help to build the building again. They shared the aid video message and received thank you e-mails from many Thai fans.
JYJ also built clean restrooms in Kakanda elementary school which is located in Fungurume region in the Republic of Congo, from last year July to December and lent support to the WASH project that provides disease-related sanitation education for the students and the teachers. Through this WASH project, 847 students and 300 residents received this sanitation education and 40 thousand people got to hear the radio broadcasting about improving the understanding of infectious disease.
Like this, JYJ continuously supports sharing campaigns for home and abroad low-income families and foreign abandoned children, and each members conducts their personal praiseworthy deeds such as transmitting the scholarship. JYJ said, “Every time we see the smile on the children’s faces who are happy about the school supplies, we are sorry that we couldn’t go and give them directly.” They revealed, “We want to make a meaningful contribution to those who need the help.”
On the other hand, JYJ Kim Jaejoong and Park Yoochun, each of them released their respective movie and drama of ‘Jackal Is Coming’ and the first broadcasting of ‘I Want To See’. Kim Junsu finished his solo album’s Asia Tour and South America Tour successfully and he is preparing for his European Tour now.
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This article originally published at Asia Today here.