Lee Moon-sae heads back to Nepal
Singer Lee Moon-sae and his fans headed to Nepal on Friday to begin a trip to help the children of the country.
Around 30 people including Lee, members of his fan club and supporters are taking part in the singer’s latest volunteer trip abroad, according to Lee’s management agency KMOONfnd.
Through Oct. 22, Lee and the volunteers will visit two schools that Lee helped build several years ago in Dhading and Langtang and carry out necessary repairs and distribute school supplies and uniforms.
The group will also help install a 50,000 liter (13,208 gallon) water tank and participate in various cultural programs with the children.
Lee will use the proceeds he earned from a concert in August at Bongpyeong, Gangwon, to help the Nepalese children.
The singer has a long history of giving back to various communities in both Korea and abroad. Lee kicked off a series of charity concerts to fund his projects in 2003, and has enlisted the help of his fans since 2001.
By Kim Eun-jin
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