Seventeen's Hoshi donates 10,000 coal briquettes to Namyang residents

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Seventeen's Hoshi donates 10,000 coal briquettes to Namyang residents

Hoshi of the boy band Seventeen [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

Hoshi of the boy band Seventeen [PLEDIS ENTERTAINMENT]

 
Hoshi of boy band Seventeen donated 10,000 coal briquettes, a heating fuel for low-income households, to Namyang, Gyeonggi, according to his agency Pledis Entertainment on Friday.  
 
The donation comes just a few months after Hoshi joined “Honor Society” in June, a club formed by the Community Chest of Korea in 2007, which consists of members who have donated more than 100 million won ($84,800) to charitable causes.  
 
Hoshi, who’s from the city, has been consistently supporting his high school by providing scholarships or making donations to people-in-need.  
 
Meanwhile, Seventeen is scheduled to host an online concert titled “Power of Love” on Sunday and Nov. 21 at 5 p.m. Online tickets for the concert are being sold exclusively on Weverse Shop, HYBE’s fan community app.  
 

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BY LEE JAE-LIM [lee.jaelim@joongang.co.kr]
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