SNSD's Naver fan cafe Cistus, Daum's Hwa Soo Eun Hwa, and Taeyeon's Naver fan cafe, Hwaitaeng, had a birthday advertisement in a sports newspaper on the 9th. Fans created a message using the titles of solo singles Taeyeon sang.
For every member's birthdays, SNSD fan cafes have posted congratulatory birthday ads in newspapers, made donations, or done volunteer work. For every member's birthdays, SNSD fan cafes have posted congratulatory birthday ads in newspapers, made donations, or done volunteer work.
Volunteer work also took place at the wish center at the Child Fund's headquarters in Chungcheongbuk-do (around Chungju, Chungcheongbuk-do) and the Jeonju Jalimwon center* at the headquarters in Jeollabuk-do (around Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do).
The Cistus team leader, who was behind planning the donation and volunteer work, Kim Soohyun (32), revealed, "Although there were many applicants, we had to limit the number of people that could actually participate in the volunteer work. We will work to expand the location and limits of volunteer work in the future to allow more fans to work together."
'Samchon fan' Lee (37), who came all the way from Busan to participate in the volunteer work in Jeonju, stated, "Volunteer work is so fun that I'm slowly getting addicted. I leave after receiving something greater than what I had come to give."
Meanwhile, SNSD will be releasing their new Japanese single 'Mr. Taxi' this coming April.
*=center for mentally disable people
Translated by: ch0sshi @soshified.com
Credit to: newsen.com
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