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  • Supernova Becomes First ‘FOUNAP’ Activist
  • [2011-06-21]
  • Star Korean singing group Supernova, who has been holding activities in Japan and gained huge popularity there, has been selected as an official activist of Friends of the United Nations Asia-Pacific (FOUNAP), their agency Maru Entertainment said on June 17. FOUNAP is an non-governmental organization that was approved by the UN. According to the agency, Supernova received the appointment certificate from FOUNAP before the opening of their concert in Yokohama, Japan on June 14. A person from the agency said, "FOUNAP has selected their activist for the first time. Supernova was appointed as the first activist as their good deeds such as helping earthquake recovery in Rikuzen-takata-shi located in Iwate prefecture in Japan and donating the profits from their concerts to help earthquake victims, were highly recognized by the UN.”




    FOUNAP has worked for recovering damage from natural disasters worldwide and keeping peace around the world. It has recently held various events to donate their profits to help the earthquake recovery in Japan. A leader from Supernova, Yoon Hak, said, "We will actively participate in various activities of FOUNAP. We will be very glad if we can be even a little help to their activities."

    In addition, Supernova's new single entitled "On Days That I Missed You," which was released on June 15, ranked at the second spot on the Oricon daily single chart, and their singles released in Japan have been ranked in the top six for ten consecutive weeks. They finished their concert tour in Japan recently.

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