How Korea aid Japan’s earthquake

Japan’s closest neighbour, Korea is offering help to Japan as Japan faces the biggest crisis since World War II.

Japan Earthquake 2011

2011 Sendai Earthquake & Tsunami (Photo Source: by senes23)

According to Reuters, Korea is to support Japan’s energy needs. Korea was also the first nation to provide resucuers. In addition to human aid, Korea is sending boron for nuclear reactors and power sources.Korean Idols and Hallyu stars are also providing monetary support.


K-pop idol girl group - KARA (Picture From:

K-pop group, KARA donates all income from “Jet Coaster Love” towards Japan’s disaster relief.

Bae Yong Joon who is very popular in Japan donated 72 million yen.

Song Seung Hun donated 200 million won to the Salvation Army for disaster relief in Japan.

Jang Geun Suk donated 140 million won. He will also postpone his Japan’s release for his maxi single.

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Hamasaki Ayumi Vivi T-shirt (Photo From:

You may also purchase a T-shirt which is collaborated by Japanese superstar, Hamasaki Ayumi and ViVi Magazine. Click here to find out more and purchase.


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