Actor Gong Yoo donated 100 million won with his real name ‘Gong Ji-cheol’ to help flood victims affected by torrential rain. Even with the pandemic, where he already donated 100 million won, he continued doing something good again after six months.

An official from the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association said, “We received the donation amounting to 100 million won in the name of ‘Gong Ji-cheol’ on August 12th a little over 11:00 am.” The amount will be used for flood victims who suffered damage due to the longest rainy season and heavy rain

This is not the first time that he did this quiet style of sharing. In February, 100 million won was donated to the Fruit of Love to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection in Korea and overcome the damage. At the time, he also conveyed 100 million won, under his real name, to support the quarantine authorities and medical staff, and to use it to prevent infection in the low-income and vulnerable groups.

In addition, Gong Yoo, who has been acting as a special representative for the rights of children of the Korean Committee of UNICEF since 2014, has taken the lead in protecting children’s rights, and in 2017 held a charity bazaar with fans and donated proceeds. In addition, some of the proceeds from the fan meetings held in Taiwan and Hong Kong were delivered to local children fighting incurable diseases, and the official fan cafe sharing 14 million won and 16 million won to the Korea Leukemia Children’s Foundation in 2017 and 2018, respectively. They also contributed to the cost of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.

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