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K-pop boy group 2PM members’photo of 2013 “Letters from Angels.” [JYP Entertainment]

2PM

K-pop boy group 2PM members’photo of 2013 “Letters from Angels.” [JYP Entertainment]

 

Korean boy group 2PM members have participated in a photo exhibition designed to help promoting adoption.

The six 2PM members joined as one of the models of the annual goodwill campaign, dubbed “Letters from Angels,” the group’s agency JYP Entertainment said on Friday.

The campaign, organized by charity Social Welfare Society from 2001, is a campaign to promote and attract the society’s positive interest in adoption by taking pictures with local adoptees when they become 100 days of birth.

Named photographer Cho Se-hyun and numerous celebrities have participated in the campaign, while 2PM member Nichkhun first joined the event last year.

The photo exhibition of “Letters from Angels” will open at the second exhibition hall in Ganainsa Art Center in Seoul from December 18.

Rookie boy group BTS, who won the Best Newcomer of the Year awards at Melon Music Awards this year, has also participated in the goodwill campaign.

Reporter. Cory Lee

Courtesy of JYP Entertainment