Girl’s Day Hyeri earns a lot as a K-pop idol and actress, and she shares all the blessings she enjoys now.
When Girl’s Day lost its two members, Jiin and Jisun, Hyeri joined the group alongside Yura. While serving the girl group, she also tried joining another industry and debuted as an actress.
Her talent and visuals helped her earn several awards and recognitions, including the third star in the Forbes Korea Power Celebrity list in 2016. She also became one of the highest-paid commercial models in South Korea years after her debut.
She rose to fame even more when she became a fixed cast member on both Real Men and Amazing Saturday.
With her various sources of income, Hyeri ensures she always shares her blessings with others. Most recently, she made a huge move when she decided to show her support for Ukraine.
Girl’s Day Hyeri Supports Ukraine By Donating to NGO
Amid the ongoing Russian attacks in the country, Girl’s Day Hyeri made a generous donation to aid the victims in need.
The K-pop idol chose Save the Children, an NGO (non-governmental organization) in Ukraine, as the beneficiary of her 50 million won ($40,590) donation. The amount will be spent by the organization to acquire formula, food, emergency supplies, and diapers for the children of Ukraine. A part of the amount will cover programs and education for the young ones and assist with COVID-19 cautionary measures.
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“I am making a small contribution to become of at least a little bit of strength to the powerless children enduring difficult times in this war. I wish for a world without war and horror,” she went on.
She follows Kim Eun Hee, Jang Hang Joon, and Im Siwan’s move to help Ukraine.
The Korean Committee for UNICEF also received 100 million won ($81,185) from actress Ha Ji Min. She also has the same goal as Hyeri.
Girl’s Day Hyeri Also Donates to South Korea
On March 4, a wildfire began near the seaside town of Uljin. Unfortunately, it spread to Samcheok in Gangwon and destroyed more than 100 homes.
Korean celebrities and personalities quickly extended their help, including Girl’s Day Hyeri. According to the Hope Bridge Association, the K-pop idol immediately contacted them and asked the best way to help the victims. She then donated 50 million KRW ($41,100) and asked the organization to use it to aid the firefighters and children from the low-income company.
“Many victims are suffering after losing their livelihoods due to the sudden wildfire. I am very grateful for Hyeri’s generous donation, which follows the donations made by IU, Kim Go Eun, and Lee Byung Hun,” the secretary-general of the Hope Bridge Association said.
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