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JYJ, Song Ji Hyo, and Other C-JeS Artists Send Dream Notes to Philippines

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2014.04.01 15:06 CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

Hoping to send even just a little bit of comfort, the artists at C-JeS Entertainment delivered Dream Notes to children in Philippines.

JYJ, Song Ji Hyo, and Other C-JeS Artists Send Dream Notes to Philippines

According to NGO World Vision on April 1, JYJ, Choi Min Sik, Seol Gyung Gu, Lee Jung Jae, Park Sung Woong, Song Ji Hyo, Gummy, Kang Hye Jung, and Park Yoo Hwan send 20.000 Dream Notebooks.

The artists participated in the production of the notebooks, leaving signatures and messages of hope to the children of the Philippines after experiencing much destruction after Typhoon Haiyan in November of 2013.

JYJ, Song Ji Hyo, and Other C-JeS Artists Send Dream Notes to Philippines

“Most of the schools have been affected after the typhoon. In areas where the classrooms were destroyed, children have been gathering at town halls to study. World Vision and the Philippines Ministry of Education is working hard on a restoration plan so that children can hurry and continue their education,” said the head of the World Vision international relief team, Jeon Ji Hwan.

“With education equipment and supplies lacking, the notebooks with C-JeS Entertainment artists’ messages of hope have been a huge encouragement and help to the children.”

Photo Credit: World Vision.

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