Super Junior cuties Leeteuk and Donghae recently visited a Vietnamese women shelter to provide consolation and hope. On March 28th, Leeteuk and Donghae visited a women shelter called Peace Home, a center that accommodates 20 women between the ages 10 and 20 who have been physically and mentally abused. The shelter allows these women to receive psychological treatment and provides them with small daily activities, such as sewing and knitting, in order to recover and build their confidence once they return to the real world. The two idols met between four to five women and sincerely listened to their painful stories as they provided encouraging words for these women. In addition, to these women who said that they felt Super Junior's popularity while watching their concerts, Super Junior had a private signing session where the boys wrote hope-ridden messages for them. Regarding this visiting experience, Leeteuk commented, "It hurt me a lot to think about how much pain these young women endured." Meanwhile, Super Junior participated in an open concert last month at Vietnam's Hanoi. Representing Korea, Super Junior charismatically performed their hit songs like Sorry Sorry and It's You. It's always nice to see popular celebrities partake in good work like this. Let's hope to see more of Super Junior members volunteering again in the future.
Posted byThursday, April 15, 2010
Super Junior's Leeteuk and Donghae visit women suffering from abuse
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