A fan club of Korean actor Kim Seon-ho of the hit dramas “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” and “Start-Up” donated to a non-government organization working to help the vulnerable sectors in Korea.
Pebble of Hope, an NGO based on Gyeong-gi Province in South korea, announced on Dec. 5 that Kim Seon-ho’s fan club “Giving Tiger” donated 1.23 million won ($953) to help people in difficult circumstances.
The “Giving Tiger” fan club made the donation to the Pebble of Hope to commemorate Kim Seon-ho’s filming of the movie “Tyrant” and his first in-person fan meeting “One, Two, Three. Smile.”
According to the Pebble of Hope, the donation of the fan club will support kimchi-making to help the underprivileged sector in Korea and relieve undernutrition.
“We wish for the success of Kim Seon-ho’s filming of his next movie ‘Tyrant’ and his first offline fan meeting ‘One, Two, Three, Smile’, and we decided to practice sharing with the non-profit organization Pebble of Hope,” according to Giving Tiger.
They added, “We want to be part of the good influence that actor Kim Seon-ho has shown by taking the lead and practicing sharing first.”
Pebble of Hope Chairman Lee Jae-won said, “Kim Seon-ho’s good influence and the practice of sharing by Kim Seon-ho’s fan club ‘Giving Tiger’ will become a model for many people. I would like to ask for your continued interest in the Fan Donation Campaign, which encourages fan club donations to form a warm sharing culture among stars and fandom, and sincerely thank the ‘Giving Tigers’ who practiced sharing.”
In the Philippines, the 36-year-old star will hold his “2023 Kim Seon-ho Asia Tour in Manila: One, Two, Three. Smile” on Jan. 22, 5 p.m., at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.