This 4th gen boy group has made a generous donation to support the Itaewon disaster.
The Hope Bridge National Disaster Relief Association announced on November 5th that ATEEZ had donated 100 million won to support the Itaewon disaster. An official from KQ Entertainment, ATEEZ’s agency, said, “ATEEZ members are deeply mourning this accident. We decided to donate in the hope that it would help the families of the victims.”
In the past, ATEEZ members also participated in a project to read fairy tales directly for vulnerable children who do not have much access to fairy tales. Netizens are praising ATEEZ’s heartwarming action. They are becoming a model for their colleagues by spreading good influence.
On October 29th, ATEEZ held the ‘2022 World Tour The Fellowship: Break the Wall’ concert at Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium in Songpa-gu, Seoul. Starting with this, ATEEZ will go on their world tour to various cities including Oakland, Anaheim, Phoenix, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Newark, Canada, and Chiba, Japan.
ATEEZ is a 4th gen boy group that debuted in 2018 and is receiving a lot of attention, especially from international fans for their performances. They have a strong overseas fandom as well as domestic fans. In 2020, ATEEZ was ranked as the 5th most mentioned artist in the US after BTS, Kanye West, Beyonce, and Drake. This year, ATEEZ charted at No. 3 on Billboard 200, proving the power of their huge global fandom. This is the third highest record for a Korean male idol group, and the highest record for an artist who is not under a large agency among Korean singers.