Yoo Jae Suk and Yoo In Na showed off their good influence by donating for the flood victims.
On August 3, Yoo Jae Suk donated 100 million KRW (about 83,650 USD) to the 2020 Emergency Relief Campaign for Flood Damage, run by the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association.
According to Hope Bridge, Yoo Jae Suk donated 10 million KRW (about 8,360 USD) as a relief fund for flood victims in 2006 and showed good influence with every major disaster, including the Ferry Sewol disaster in 2014, the Seomun Market fire in Daegu in 2016, the Pohang earthquake in 2017 and the forest fire in Gangwon Province in 2019. Earlier this year, he donated 100 million KRW (about 83,650 USD) to Hope Bridge to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“Whenever we start a new disaster relief campaign, Yoo Jae Suk quietly donates a large amount of money,” an official from Hope Bridge said. “We hope that Yoo’s donation will spread his good influence when unexpected localized heavy rain has damaged many parts of the country.“
Yoo In Na also donated 50 million KRW (about 41,800 USD) to Hope Bridge’s National Disaster Relief Association. She expressed her warm heart to help flood victims in trouble due to sudden disasters.
She has been known for her good deeds, including donations of proceeds from charity pictorials for African children, donations from projects to support meals for underfed children through the Salvation Army Kettle Campaign.