Fans of JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun have opened up a second library.
In celebration of the fourth year of Park Yoo Chun′s fan community, ′Blessing Yu Chun,′ fans gathered together to participate in this good deed.
Established in September of 2010, ′Blessing Yu Chun,′ a fan community consisting of fans in their 30s, has been continuously volunteering and doing good works to support its star.
Four years ago, the fan community began by donating 10,000,000 won to Park Hyun Bin, a burned victim, for surgery, before continuing with helping children suffering from cancer, low income families by providing food and heating bills, child community centers with free lunch fees, the elderly by donating briquettes, coals and more.
In 2013, the members of ′Blessing Yu Chun′ donated 5,000,000 won to children of multicultural families in Sinan, as well as created the ′1st Park Yoo Chun Library′ with 8,800 books.
Without fail, in time for its fourth anniversary, the members donated 10,000 won and 6,600 books in Heuksando of the Sinan area to create the ′2nd Park Yoo Chul Library.” The library will be used diversely in Heuksando.
The library will be used as a place to read books, study, and even a home theater with a beam projector for the children, who are growing up without movie theaters.
For the past four years, ′Blessing Yu Chun′ members have donated about 150 million won to help the needy. Using their love for a star to do good, the members have become the model example of fan culture. More than anything, the group has constantly interest and relationships with the people they′ve once worked with, continuing good deeds throughout.
Meanwhile, Park Yoo Chun is currently on the 2014 JYJ Asia Tour ′The Return of the King and will hold the seventh concert on the tour on September 20 in Shanghai.
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