Ji Chang Wook showed his kindness by donating 10 million yen (around 90.61 million won) to support the victims of the Japanese earthquake.
On February 1st, Spring Company shared a statement on Ji Chang Wook’s official Japanese website about a disaster relief fund for the Noto Peninsula earthquake in Ishikawa Prefecture.
According to officials, Ji Chang-wook personally delivered 10 million yen in relief money to Ishikawa Prefecture last month.
He also left a handwritten letter stating, “On the first day of the new year, I heard the news that there was a major earthquake in Japan. My heart aches for the damage suffered by so many people.”
The Worst of Evil expressed his regret saying, “I heard that there are people who have to take refuge and that there are many difficulties in recovering the damage due to the cold weather.”
Lastly, he expressed his hope to help people who are “working hard to recover.”
Ji Chang Wook has been actively practicing the act of sharing and helping neighbors in need, both at home and abroad.
In February of last year, he made a generous donation of 100 million won to support children affected by the earthquakes in Turkiye and Syria.
Ji Chang Wook not only donates his money but also donates his talents to make a difference. He worked as an audio guide to support developmentally disabled writers, which is a meaningful way to use his skills. And at a fan meeting in Jakarta, he even provided supplies to the victims of floods.
Previously, TWICE’s Momo also donated to aid victims of earthquakes in Japan.
In other news, Ji Chang Wook is starring in a TV series called Queen Woo, scheduled to be released this year.