IU and Park Bo-g Participate in the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’
By Jeong Ji-won, published by Park Jong-chan PD
Hello, this is announcer Jung Ji-won with the latest cultural news that will heat up the week!
In the spotlight this week are the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ and the ‘Most Dangerous Holiday Destinations’.
1. ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ with IU and Park Bo-gum
Singer IU and actor Park Bo-gum have joined a number of other celebrities in taking part in the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’, posting videos on social media of themselves being drenched in ice water.
This viral challenge, which aims to raise awareness and funds for Korea’s first Lou Gehrig Nursing Center, was originally initiated by a team of American singers in 2014, led by singer Sean, co-representative of the Seungil Hope Foundation. Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as ALS, is a degenerative motor neuron disease.
The challenge involves pouring a bucket of ice water over oneself, and then nominating three other individuals to do the same or make a donation to support the cause.
Many celebrities and the general public have embraced the Ice Bucket Challenge, and this year, following IU, Park Bo-gum, and Cho Won-hee, several other stars including Lee Young-pyo, Im Si-wan, Lee Si-young, Choo Sung-hoon, and Dindin have taken up the challenge.
In a notable act of generosity, singer Lee Young-ji decided to donate 10 million won instead of dousing herself with ice water.
With the construction of the Lou Gehrig Nursing Center underway in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, the dream of Sean and former basketball player Park Seung-il is finally coming to fruition, bringing hope to patients battling with Lou Gehrig’s disease.
2. The World’s 3 Most Dangerous Holiday Destinations
As the rainy season comes to an end, many people are now planning their vacations. If you’re considering a trip abroad, it’s essential to be aware of the safety situation.
According to a recent report by American security company ADT, three of the most dangerous holiday spots in the world have been identified.
South Africa, with a security rating of 0.81 out of 10, tops the list. Despite its stunning natural landscapes such as golden beaches and vast mountain ranges, the country poses security risks.
The United States takes the second spot, with a security score of 2.17 and a high burglary rate of 714 incidents.
Sweden claims the third position, with a score of 2.28 and a reported 1094 cases.
On the other end of the spectrum, Japan is considered the safest vacation spot, receiving a safety score of 7.51. ADT officials stress the importance of researching the crime rates of each country before embarking on a trip.
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▷ IU and Park Bo-g also participated in the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’
▷ The 3 most dangerous holiday places in the world
(Internal and external broadcast = Publisher Jeong Ji-won/Editor Park Jong-chan PD) Cultural news that will heat up the week! Hello, this is announcer Jung Ji-won.
The keywords that will heat up the week are ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ and ‘Most Dangerous Holiday Destination’.
1. ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ with IU and Park Bo-gum participating
Many stars, including singer IU and actor Park Bo-gum, post videos on social media of being covered in ice water.
Is it to escape the heat? no.
The ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ presented by the stars includes the desire to establish Korea’s first Lou Gehrig Nursing Center.
Lou Gehrig’s disease is a disease in which motor cells are gradually destroyed and muscles gradually lose strength.
The Ice Bucket Challenge began in 2014 when a team of American singers highlighted singer Sean, a co-representative of the Seungil Hope Foundation.
At the end of this challenge, you can nominate three people to take over the baton next, and this is how it spread to many celebrities and the public.
Following 2014 and 2018, the Ice Bucket Challenge campaign is emerging again this year.
If you are nominated by a former runner, you can make a donation or take a video of the Ice Bucket Challenge and post it on social media.
Following IU, Park Bo-gum, and Cho Won-hee, which Sean pointed out, many stars like Lee Young-pyo, Im Si-wan, Lee Si-young, Choo Sung-hoon, and Dindin took over the baton.
Singer Lee Young-ji chose to donate 10 million won instead of ice water and became a hot topic.
Currently, a construction site is said to have been prepared in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, and I hope that the long-awaited dream of Sean and former basketball players Park Seung-il will come true and come with hope for patients suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease.
2. The 3 most dangerous holiday spots in the world
When the rainy season is over, many people must be going on vacation in earnest.
As the airway opens, I will give you a tip for those planning a trip abroad.
What are the most dangerous holiday spots in the world?
South Africa is located at the southern tip of the African continent.
According to a report recently released by ADT, an American security company, South Africa’s security rating was 0.81 out of 10.
South Africa is famous for its beautiful natural scenery, such as golden beaches and huge mountain ranges.
The second most dangerous country is the United States, with a security score of 2.17 and a burglary rate of 714.
Sweden, from Northern Europe, came third with 1094 cases at 2.28.
On the other hand, Japan was found to be the safest vacation spot with a safety score of 7.51, and an ADT official said, “It’s important to take a closer look at each country’s crime rate before leaving for a trip.”
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