Block B fan club donates wellFan club members of the boy group Block B donated the “Block B Well” to Siem Reap, a city in Cambodia, last week, marking the fourth anniversary of the act’s debut.
The well is located in a remote area about an hour away by car from the city, according to the Korea Times U.S., where access to clean drinking water is scarce.
From the new “Block B Well,” residents of the city will be able to enjoy drinking clean water.
“Although Block B may be an unfamiliar boy group to the residents of Siem Reap City, we want children in the region to drink clean water and have a good memory of Block B,” said the members of the boy group’s fan club.
“We want Block B to continuously release great albums for as long as ‘Block B Well’ lasts.”
In response to the fan club’s act of charity, Seven Seasons, the boy group’s agency, said that it is very grateful to the members for carrying out a good deed in the act’s name.
“Seven Seasons will put in its best efforts to support the boy group in order to repay fan club members’ act of charity,” added the agency.
Recently, Block B Bastarz, a spin-off of the boy group Block B, unveiled their first-mini album, “Conduct Zero,” last week and have been holding several performances as a result.
BY JIN MIN-JI