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JYJ Kim Jae Joong, SNSD Sooyoung, Kim Gyuri and More Participate in Yellow Ribbon Campaign

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2014.04.23 10:39 CJ E&M enewsWorld Yeawon Jung

With everyone wishing for the miraculous return of those missing from the tragedy of the sunken Sewol ferry, more stars are participating in the yellow ribbon campaign

JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong and Juniel recently changed their Twitter profiles to the picture of yellow ribbon.

JYJ Kim Jae Joong, SNSD Sooyoung, Kim Gyuri and More Participate in Yellow Ribbon Campaign

Actress Kim Gyuri tweeted the picture and wrote ‘I’m sorry, children,’ while Secret′s Jeon Hyosung also uploaded the picture with a message that read ‘I pray for a miracle.’

Shim Eun Jin also tweeted a picture of the yellow ribbon along with a message ‘We’ll be waiting.’

Girls’ Generation (SNSD)’s Sooyoung and Byun Jung Soo uploaded the yellow ribbon picture on their Instagram.

JYJ Kim Jae Joong, SNSD Sooyoung, Kim Gyuri and More Participate in Yellow Ribbon Campaign

Byun Jung Soo wrote, "yellow ribbon means ‘we’re all waiting and hoping for you to return.’ I hope the whole country will change their Kakao profile to the yellow ribbon. Please spread the message. Please help the parents of those missing to see their Kakao full of yellow ribbons."

JYJ Kim Jae Joong, SNSD Sooyoung, Kim Gyuri and More Participate in Yellow Ribbon Campaign

The other stars currently participating in the yellow ribbon campaign include 2AM’s Jo Kwon and Im Seulong, child actress Kim So Hyun, Kim Sae Ron, Bada, model Hye Park, Kim Chang Ryul, Solbi, Kim Ji Min, Park Kwang Hyun, speed skater Lee Sang Hwa and more.

Photo credit: enews, Bighit and FNC Entertainment, SBS

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