'K-Pop Star' Winner Park Ji Min Donates $50,000 to Social Welfare Foundation
By Staff Writer | October 02, 2012 10:09 AM EDT
The money will go to help children with disabilities.
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JYP Entertainment commented, "Ji Min met with someone who worked at this foundation and started to show interest. She wanted to be able to help in any way that she could and so she donated part of her winnings from the show to the foundation."
She also donated $50,000 to an international relief organization called World Vision.
Park Ji Min wil debut on October 5 in a female duo group called 15&.
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