Busan I-Park, together with Good People, an international relief and development non-governmental organization (NGO), delivered love hope boxes to vulnerable people in the Busan area.

Busan said in a press release on the 27th, “On the 17th, at the Busan Jung-gu Youth Counseling and Welfare Center located in Nampo-dong, Busan, players Kim Dong-soo and Park Se-jin of Busan IPark, center director George Hyun of the Busan Jung-gu Youth Support Center, and Kim Min-chan, a representative of the out-of-school youth support center Dream Dream, held a love hope box delivery ceremony.”

At the delivery ceremony, 30 children who watched the Busan IPark home games at the ‘Love Sharing Zone with Good People’ were presented with love hope boxes containing daily necessities and groceries worth a total of 2 million won.

Since this season, Busan has been inviting children and youth from low-income families in the Busan area to every home game by organizing some of its variable seats as the ‘Love Sharing Zone with Good People’. The seats are funded by a voluntary donation of KRW 14 million worth of tickets from the players and coaching staff at the beginning of the season. Through seven games, a total of 1,012 children and adolescents have watched games in the Love Sharing Zone.

At the handover ceremony, players Kim Dong-soo and Park Se-jin distributed club souvenirs to the children, signed autographs, and took photos with them.

Kim Dong-soo said, 카지노사이트 “I’m proud to see that the children love soccer, and I hope that there will be more of these events.” “I want to help the children feel comfortable coming to the stadium, and I want to create a lot of good memories,” he said.

Busan IPark and Good People plan to continue and develop social contribution activities for culturally marginalized children and adolescents in the Busan area, not just inviting them to watch the game once.