Nichkhun, Secretly Volunteers at Disabled Children Center for 2 Weeks
By Staff Writer | September 07, 2012 02:14 AM EDT
It has been recently revealed that Nichkhun has been volunteering at a nearby Buddhist disabled center since two weeks ago.
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Nichkhun had decided to take some time to himself after getting into the 'drunk driving incident', and he has been using that alone time in volunteering for the disabled children.
He has been showing up to the disabled center every day for 2 weeks, persistently volunteering. It is also assumed that he chose a Buddhist center to follow his beliefs as a Buddhist.
The disabled center seemed reluctant to share much about Nichkhun's volunteering. One representative said, "We can't explain much about Nichkhun's volunteering." The workers there all insisted they did not know about Nichkhun's volunteering, even though he has been going there for two weeks.
But Nichkhun's volunteering news was known through SNS. Many had posted, "I saw Nichkhun while volunteering today and he said today was the 4th debut anniversary for 2PM... Nichkhun spent a meaningful day doing something meaningful, his image for me changed" and "I'm at the disabled children center right now. Nichkhun memorized the kids' names one by one, washed them, fed them, and cleaned them up~"
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