'Hope Road' BoA, Tears at Reality of Indonesia "How Could There Be Children In Such a Place..."
By Staff Writer | July 14, 2012 04:10 PM EDT
Singer BoA showed tears at the sad reality of Indonesia.
In KBS1 '2012 Hope Road' aired on the 14th showed the episode of "BoA, Stands on Indonesia, the Land of Child Abuse."
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On this day, BoA went to Indonesia and saw children working in coal fire full of toxic gas.
BoA couldn't breathe well the closer she went to the coal fire, and she was worried for the children, saying "How do they work in a place like this."
At the sight of a 1-year-old who followed his parents to the coal fire, BoA finally showed tears, saying "How are they going to grow up in a place like this?"
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