JYJ’s Park Yoochun has been chosen as the model and honorary ambassador of the ‘Nice Library Project’, a new kind of talent donation campaign that fights against preventable eyesight loss.
Park Yoochun, who has gripped the nation with his role in MBC’s ‘I Miss You’, has once narrated for the MBC special ‘The Hometown I Used To Live In”.
Park Yoochun plans to participate in a variety of activities to interact with those who wish to donate their voices by explaining how to participate in the ‘nice Library Project’, appearing in the explanatory movie and participating in the audiobook production process.
People can participate in the ‘Nice Library Project’ through the official homepage or through Standard Charter’s ‘Kakao Talk’ Plus Friends option till the 13th of January. Applicants will get a phone call from Park Yoochun to the phone number they submit and he will lead them through the process of participating in the project, and applicants will be able to listen of Park Yoochun’s ‘nice voice’.
Also, all online and mobile phone participants will be invited to the ‘Nice Voice Festival’ that will be held on the 19th of January in COEX, and 100 people will be chosen and given the chance to create an explanatory movie and audiobook with Park Yoochun for those who are blind. This movie and audiobook will be released next April in a commemorative event and will be donated to the Korea Blind Union.
Park Yoochun stated, “I think the ‘Nice Library Project’ is great because it’s easy for anyone with a warm heart to participate. I hope that a lot of people will share the joy and experience of creating books and movies needed by the visually impaired.”
Source: [the star chosun]
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