Lotte Giants pitcher Park Se-woong 토토사이트 donated 50 million won for residents in Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, which was severely damaged by flood damage.
Park Se-woong delivered 50 million won in donations to the Busan Community Chest of Korea on the 20th. The donation will be used through the Busan Community Chest of Korea to support the crisis situation of vulnerable people in Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, who are suffering from climate change. Yecheon-gun was declared a special disaster area due to heavy damage from the flood.
Park Se-woong decided to provide support to help residents of Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, who are suffering from heavy rain this summer, return to their daily lives as soon as possible.
Park Se-woong said, “The Gyeongbuk region, where I grew up, suffered a lot this summer,” adding, “As a national baseball player who is receiving great support and love from the people, I decided to donate money to help those in need.” Park Se-woong graduated from Daegu Kyungwoon Elementary School, Kyungwoon Middle School, and Kyungbuk High School and joined the pro league in 2014.
Along with the delivery of the donation, Park Se-woong will also join the Honor Society, a group of individual high-value donors, by signing an additional donation of 50 million won.
Park Se-woong, who is known as Lotte’s ace in glasses, is continuing his good performance with four wins, four losses and a 3.16 ERA in 16 games this season. In September, he will participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team as the oldest player and take the lead in the gold medal challenge.
Meanwhile, Lotte Group decided to donate 1 billion won to the National Disaster Relief Association through the Community Chest of Korea to help communities affected by torrential rains nationwide on the 20th. Group affiliates are also contributing to the affected areas by delivering emergency relief supplies for residents of flood-stricken areas and sending instant food products to military officers engaged in restoration activities.