BTS’s J-Hope has officially become a member of the Honors Club of the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association!
On August 18, the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association announced that J-Hope had donated 100 million won (about $75,900) to help with the damage caused by heavy rains in the central region of Korea. With this donation, J-Hope officially joined the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association honor club as a major donor. Earlier in March, fellow BTS member Suga also joined the Honors Club. Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association Secretary General Kim Jung Hee said, “I am grateful for J-Hope’s heartfelt act for the victims.”
J-Hope was previously recognized by ChildFund Korea as a member of the Green Noble Club in 2018 for donating over 100 million won. In 2019, the singer donated 100 million won to his alma mater to fund scholarships and another 100 million won to fund treatment for sick children. In 2020, he donated 100 million won to help children from low-income families struggling with COVID-19, and in 2021 he donated 150 million won (about $113,700) to celebrate his birthday.
J-Hope released his solo album “Jack In The Box” last month.
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