Kpop group Girls’ Generation Yuri Kwon (under SM Entertainment) started donating to protect the environment. In the 50th anniversary celebration of Greenpeace International, Yuri Kwon became a hot topic with the W KOREA pictorial project. It illuminates and conveys messages about climate and environmental issues that threaten the survival of the earth and mankind.
Particularly, Yuri Kwon makes people aware of environmental pollution. She showed the concept of expressing the water shortage problem due to climate change with a determined expression and unspoken force.
Girls’ Generation Yuri Kwon has been consistently practicing environmental protection in real life. She even uses a tumbler, bamboo toothbrush and reduces the use of disposable products. She willingly expressed her intention to participate in this project. So, it attracts more attention from the public.
In addition, she said, “It is significant to participate in a campaign where we can think together and think about sustainable practices to protect the environment. I will try my best to be able to participate in such meaningful activities together in the future.”
Meanwhile, Greenpeace Project pictorial images containing various environmental messages of many stars, including Yuri Kwon, can be found in the September edition of W KOREA.
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