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Apink campaigns for N. Korean defector children

  • Published : Feb 6, 2015 - 17:36
  • Updated : Feb 6, 2015 - 17:36

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Apink girl group poses with singer-actor Yim Si-wan (OSEN)
K-pop girl group Apink on Wednesday appeared for a charity event at Hangyeore Middle and High School, a state-sponsored institution for young North Korean refugees, in partnership with student clothing brand Skoolooks.

The six starlets, who also model for the fashion company, were dressed in school uniform-inspired navy outfits at Skoolooks’ non-profit sponsorship event “Campaign for Increasing Hope.”

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Apink's Jung Eun-ji (OSEN)
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Apink's Park Cho-rong (OSEN)
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Apink singer Kim Nam-joo (OSEN)
Hangyeore Middle and High School, located in Anseong, Gyeonggi Province, is a government-funded establishment aimed at helping North Korean defector children transition to life in South Korea.

Singer-actor Yim Si-wan, who is a member of K-pop boy band ZE:A, was also present to support the campaign. Yim has starred in the box office hit “The Attorney” and the successful tvN drama series “Misaeng.“

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Apink's Son Na-eun (OSEN)
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Apink member Yoon Bo-mi (OSEN)
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Apink's Oh Ha-Young (OSEN)
By Yoon Sarah (sarah356@heraldcorp.com)