Lotte Giants pitcher Park Se-woong donated 50 million won for the residents of Yecheon-gun, North Gyeongsang Province, which suffered great damage from floods.
Park Se-woong donated 50 million won to the Busan Social Welfare Community Chest on the 20th. This donation will be used to support the crisis situation of the vulnerable class in Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do who are suffering from climate change through the Busan Community Chest of Korea. Yecheon-gun was declared a special disaster area after suffering great damage from this flood.
Park Sae-woong decided to apply to help the residents of Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, who are suffering from heavy rain this summer, return to their daily lives as soon as possible.
Park Se-woong said, 메이저사이트“The Gyeongbuk region where I grew up suffered great difficulties this summer.” Park Se-woong joined the pro in 2014 after graduating from Daegu Gyeongun Elementary School, Gyeongun Middle School, and Gyeongbuk High School.
Along with the delivery of this donation, Park Se-woong promises to make an additional donation of 50 million won, and plans to join the Honor Society, a group of individual large-amount donors.
Park Se-woong, who is known as Lotte’s glasses ace, is continuing his good form with an average ERA of 3.16 with 4 wins and 4 losses in 16 games this season. In September, he will participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team as the best and lead the gold medal challenge.
Meanwhile, Lotte Group decided to donate 1 billion won to the National Disaster Relief Association through the Community Chest of Korea to help local communities affected by the torrential rain that occurred nationwide on the 20th. Group affiliates are also contributing to the affected areas by delivering emergency relief items for residents in flood-affected areas and sending ready-to-eat products to military service members carrying out recovery activities.