Helping Seoul Flood Victims, IU Totally Dispenses Rp 22 Billion Donation For 20 Months


Since Debuting In 2008, IU Has Been Actively Spreading Her Positive Influence And Kindness By Consistently Donating To Places In Need.

IU recently became one of the public figures who was moved to provide assistance to flood victims in Seoul. The star of the “Hotel Del Luna” series IU donated 100 million KRW to the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association for recovery from heavy rains and floods.

On August 12, IU’s agency, Edam Entertainment, told Newsen, “IU has donated 100 million KRW to the Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association.” With her latest donation, IU has donated more than 2 Billion KRW (USD 1.54 Million) or around Rp. 22 billion in the last 20 months.

Since debuting in 2008, IU has been actively promoting as an actress and singer and has successfully attracted the attention of fans. Since then, the singer of the song “Celebrity” has spread his positive influence and kindness by consistently donating to places in need.

In fact, IU has donated over 2 billion KRW (USD 1.54 million) in the span of the last 20 months alone (from January 2021 to August 2022). Some of his previous donations include 50 million KRW each to NGO Linker and The Snail of Love under the name ‘IU Uaena,’ a combination of IU and her fan club name, to commemorate the release of her 5th album in March last year. In May, he sent a donation of 10 million KRW to the city of Gwacheon to help residents of Gwacheon who are struggling due to the COVID-19 infection.

On May 16, her birthday last year, she donated a total of 500 million KRW to underprivileged people such as the Korea Children’s Cancer Foundation, Yeouldol, support groups for children with rare diseases, Korean Single Mother Family Association, Senior Support Center for Elderly Living Alone, Purme Foundation, and Child Welfare Association.

IU also celebrated her 13th anniversary since her debut by donating to every brand she worked on as an advertising model. He donated to screening clinics for underprivileged people and medical staff and delivered goods worth 50 million KRW. However, he didn’t stop there. IU also donated a total of 200 million KRW for cancer patients and children and adolescents from low-income families on December 24 last year.

This year, he donated 100 million KRW to help the victims of a massive forest fire that started in Uljin, North Gyeongsang Province, in March and spread to Samcheok, Gangwon. Then, on her own birthday on May 16 and donated a total of 210 million KRW to Love Snail, Korea Single Mother Family Association, Eden Iville, and Changwon, a social welfare company. . . . . . . . . . .