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[HanCinema's News] Park Bo-gum and Sung Hoon Run in Hospital Charity Event

2019/12/03 | Permalink

The organization behind a hospital charity run event recently confirmed that Park Bo-gum, Sung Hoon, and Kyung Soo-jin, among other celebrities, participated in a running event held on November 30th. The name of the event was the Miracle365 Relay Run, and the beneficary of the event was a children's hospital that specializes in treating Lou Gehrig's disease.

The theme of the event was running in a manner that was most meaningful and easygoing. While the charity run was open to both celebrities and non-celebrities, celebrity involvement was not advertised ahead of time, so their appearance at the event was a surprise to many of the participants. According to organizers it made the cold winter run a much hotter event.

Three hundred and sixty six runners participated in the event, as well as four hundred and fifty donators. Many people both ran and donated. Approximately ten thousand dollars were raised as a result of the event.

Written by William Schwartz

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