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Teen Top Fans Donate 950 Kg of Rice to Children's Foundation

By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 11:00 PM EDT

Teen Top Fans Donate 950 Kg of Rice to Children's Foundation
Teen Top feels the warmth of their true fans. (Photo : KBS)

Teen Top feels the warmth of their true fans.

After hearing of Teen Top appearance on KBS ‘Love Request’ on June 9 Teen Top's fans donated 950 Kg of rice to the Children's Foundation with Teen Top's name.

Teen Top, not knowing about this, was introducing about their time with Kang Kyung Min, a child who had been abandoned by his parents and now lives with his grandparents.

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On the show they played clips of Teen Top and Kang Kyung Min at the amusement park together. Tears welled up in the group's eyes as they watched the clips but were soon all smiles when their fans showed them the donation they had made in their name.

Internet users commented, "Teen Top must've been so happy" and "Just like their fan club's name, Angel, their fans are truly angels.”

With these warm-hearted fans, Teen Top has been able to perform their 3rd mini album title song ‘To You’ with pride and confidence.

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