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Gen.G player Bdd donates $4,000 to coronavirus victims

Gwak "Bdd" Bo-seong donated 5 million South Korean Won (~ $4,100) to the National Disaster Relief Foundation to aid fight the coronavirus outbreak.

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Gen.G midlaner Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong, has donated 5 million KWR or $4000 approx to organizations concerned with the coronavirus outbreak.

“Hi, it’s Gwak “Bdd” Bo-sung. To have a meaningful upcoming birthday and 4th anniversary of my debut, I joined the funding for COVID-19. I’m happy to post this after winning the match, but also so sad for not hearing fans’ birthday song for the first time after my debut. As I said, I will do my best for my fans, to say “I cheer Bdd” proudly. Take care and thanks for cheering today!”- read Bdd’s Tweet as translated by a fan.

https://twitter.com/Forsy_C0rgi/status/1232988804446711809
https://twitter.com/Forsy_C0rgi/status/1232989527221780481

Bdd expressed his concern over his fan’s heath which has been massively affected after the coronavirus outbreak. This led him to take this step in order to help fight this peril. Before Bdd, his organization Gen.G has also promised to donate their homestand, merch sale earings to the same cause as their player.

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