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Infinite's Fan Club Gives Rice to Support Concert

By Staff Writer | February 13, 2012 11:44 AM EST

Infinite's Fan Club Gives Rice to Support Concert
Idol group Infinite's fan club brought rice to celebrate their concert, attracting attention. (Photo : http://mbn.mk.co.kr/pages/news)

Idol group Infinite's fan club brought rice to celebrate their concert, attracting attention.

On the 11th Infinite's concert held in Seoul Olympic Park, their official fan club 'In-Spirit' brought 70kg of rice, and Infinite member El's fan club 'El's Wings' brought 100kg of rice.

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In addition, 'El's Wings' members sent 20kg of rice to the press conference of El's drama 'Shut Up: Flower Boy Band.'

The rice of the fans is planned to be sent to the charity under the name of Infinite when the concert is over.

Meanwhile, Infinite is currently planning to Tokyo, Japan on the 25th and 26th to continue with their concert tour.

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