Amid controversies and criticisms, Kim Heechul drew attention with a good deed 

Super Junior member Kim Heechul made a good impression with his recent meaningful act of kindness. 

According to the Blue Tree Foundation on February 21st, Kim Heechul donated 100 million won on February 16th to support the healing and recovery of teenagers affected by school violence.

Kim Heechul

Through the Blue Tree Foundation, Kim Heechul said, “I wanted to help teenagers who have been victims of school violence. Victims of school violence live with mental and physical scars throughout their lives. I decided to donate in the hope that there will be no more teenagers suffering from school violence.”

Kim Jong-gi

Meanwhile, Kim Kyung Seong, chairman of the Blue Tree Foundation, said, “We sincerely thank singer Kim Heechul for participating in the support to spread non-violence culture among the youth, and we will do my best to help teenagers who have been victims of school violence regain their daily lives.”

The Blue Tree Foundation is a nongovernmental organization (NGO) dedicated to preventing school violence, which was founded by a father who lost his only son due to school violence.

On the other hand, Kim Heechul’s latest donation is attracting more attention because of his recent actions.

Kim Hee Chul

In particular, some remarks made by Kim Heechul through the fan communication app Bubble were said to be problematic. The Super Junior member was allegedly over immersed in the drama “The Glory” and used harsh swear words, and also shared an article about actress Kim Sae Ron’s drunk-driving incident, claiming that he sold his car in fear of ending up in a similar situation. 

Prior to this, the male idol also came under fire for making harsh statements and cursing in a livestream.

Source: wikitree

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