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[Video] Lee Min Ho Donates 50,000 USD to Build a Well with Fans in Africa

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2014.09.29 10:11 Newsen Jeong Jee Won Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Taking part in a meaningful deed with his fans, Lee Min Ho took his first steps towards the project ′PMZ.′

To help build water well in Africa, Lee Min Ho donated 50,000 US dollars to Charity: Water, an NGO that works to provide clean, drinkable water to people who don′t have access.

A rep from PMZ said on September 29,"In June, Lee Min Ho′s new donation platform, PMZ was born. With much support from the fans, a primary donation was collected."

The rep continued, "The donations that were given by fans will be used to build a well in Malawi."

Known for being quite affectionate towards his fans, Lee Min Ho created the new donation platform, PMZ, to repay the love he′s received from the world by contributing back to society.

′PMZ′ was created with the words ′Promise,′ ′Lee Min Ho′ and his fanclub, ′Minoz,′ coming up with the meaning, Lee Min Ho and his fans gather love to create even greater love.′ After much preparation, the project was finally born, giving Lee Min Ho and the fans another chance to communicate with each other while sharing love.

[Video]  Lee Min Ho Donates 50,000 USD to Build a Well with Fans in Africa

PMZ plans on having a new donation theme every year. The first theme of the year was water, which can change many things in the world.

Also, the ′10,000 Knock′ project is also taking place through the site. For every member signed up on the site, 100 won will be donated. "Through a variety of methods, we′re actively working on meaningful deeds," said the rep.

"PMZ began because I wanted to share the love that I received from everyone," said Lee Min Ho. "I was always grateful to see that many fans did good deeds in my name, and I want continue communicating with all of you while taking part in good activities."

Photo Credit: Starhaus Entertainment

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