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Super Junior Campaigns Against Human Trafficking

2010/04/16 | Permalink | Source

By Lee Hyo-won
Staff Reporter

K-pop group Super Junior took part in a campaign against human trafficking last month in Vietnam, and coverage of their work there will air Saturday night on MTV.

The 13-member boy band participated in the music channel's awareness raising project EXIT: End Exploitation and Trafficking. They performed in a concert held in late March and visited a women's care center.

Some 4,500 people gathered to see the singers perform their popular numbers. Two members of the group, Leeteuk and Donghae, visited Peace House, a care shelter for abused women, and delivered messages of hope.

In 2007, singer-actor Rain worked with EXIT to narrate a documentary about human trafficking. After drugs, it is the second-largest illegal trade market in the world.

The program will air at 10 p.m. on Saturday night.

Visit Open the link for more information about the campaign.

인신매매 반대 운동

가수 슈퍼주니어가 지난 달 베트남에서 인신매매를 반대하고 여성인권을 옹호하는 EXIT이라는 사회운동에 참여했고, 이 모습은 17일 토요일 밤 10시 MTV에 방영된다.

이들은 지난 달 말 EXIT 프로젝트를 알리는 공연을 했다.

또 멤버 중 이특과 동해는 학대받은 여성들의 보호소에 방문하여 희망의 메시지를 전달했다.

2007년에는 가수이자 연기자인 비가 이 캠페인에 참여하여 인신매매에 대한 다큐멘터리의 나레이션 녹음을 했다.

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