Im Young-woong celebrates his 33rd birthday and spreads a good influence
[월간인물] Members of Im Young-woong’s fan club, ‘Hero Age with Hero Gwangju Jeonnam’, donated 6.16 million won to support low-income households in Yeosu.
According to Yeosu City on the 8th, Yeosu Mayor Chung Ki-myung and members of ‘Hero Age with Gwangju and Jeonnam Hero’ attended the distribution ceremony held at the mayor’s office in the morning.
The deposit money distributed was 6.16 million earned to commemorate singer Lim Young-woong’s 33rd birthday on June 16, and was raised through general donations from ‘Hero Age with Hero Gwangju/Jeonnam’ members.
The members of ‘Hero Age with Hero Gwangju/Jeonnam’ have been holding a donation relay race in the name of the ‘Hero Age’ fan club in Gwangju, Suncheon, and Mokpo every year since 2021 to spread good influence.
The donation will be designated and deposited in the Jeonnam Social Welfare Community Chest and will be used for low-income families and social welfare facilities in Yeosu.
Hero Age with Hero An official from Gwangju and Jeonnam said, “It was prepared with the love and sincerity of the members for singer Lim Young-woong’s 33rd birthday.”
Jeong Ki-myung, the mayor of Yeosu, said, “Thank you to the members of the ‘Heroic Age with Hero of Gwangju/Jeonnam’ who showed a beautiful image by sharing.”
Meanwhile, ‘Hero Age with Hero Gwangju/Jeonnam’, established in 2020, is involved in spreading blood donation culture by signing an agreement with the Blood Donation House, and has been volunteering regularly .
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