B.A.P's S'porean fans donate and help deliver 1 ton of rice

21 January 2013 / 3 years 9 months ago

Source: AllkpopOn the 19th, the Singapore fanclub Protect B.A.P Singapore donated 1 ton of rice to the Red Cross under B.A.P’s name to celebrate their 1 year anniversary.Red Cross said, “In Korea, it is normal for fanclubs to donate rice and other necessities under the name of their artists’ names. However, we believe this is the first time it happened in Singapore. They not only donated, but also helped deliver the rice to the people who needed it.‘The fans said, “We were inspired by B.A.P’s leader Bang Yong Guk, who actually performed humanitarian acts for the elderly and those in need. We thought it would be meaningful to give them a gratitude letter from the Red Cross for their 1 year anniversary since debut. If you pronounce B.A.P in Korean, it’s ‘˜bap’, or rice, so it’s more meaningful.‘When members Himchan and Daehyun heard the news, they tweeted, “We heard about the Singapore BABYs! We are so proud of you and we love you!“, and “Our kind-hearted BABYs!!!“, respectively.

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