[article] 3 years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. We won’t forget the message Jang Keun Suk gave us.

Original source: KpopStarz

Three years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. At that time, we received support from various areas and countries all over the world. Especially Jang Keun Suk fans are promoting not to forget his thoughtfulness and the bond between them of that time.

Just 6 days after the disaster, on March 17th, Jang Keun Suk sent a supportive message on twitter. He held a message placard, ‘Don’t give up Japan!’ with a gentle smile. And at the same time, he also made a donation and sent blankets as soon as he knew the accident. Speaking of blankets for disaster victims, we usually imagine gray or brown ones, but the one he sent to them is bright-colored pink. And there was an encouraging message, ‘Don’t give up hope, Japan.’
His fans always thank him who always cares about Japan and eels (a.k.a. his fans). Currently Jang Keun Suk is recording TEAM H album. And his latest drama ‘Beautiful Man (Bel Ami)’ broadcast in Korea last November is going to air in June on KNTV.

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tenshi_akuma’s note: You can read more detail about what Jang Keun Suk did for the victims from here, Message for earthquake victims in Fukushima

16 thoughts on “[article] 3 years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. We won’t forget the message Jang Keun Suk gave us.”

  1. He is really a generous person… We cannot forget what he did for our country also (for Yolanda Victims in particular). thanks for sharing this article sis Tenshi..:)

  2. Dear Tenshi. I have read the written in March 10, 2012. I was impressed by the recounted of you. Thank you because you wanted to share with us those painful memories.
    I remember how deeply impressed us the images seen on TV with the Fukushima disaster. I saw then more pain, more suffering but more solidarity and sacrifice. Since we could not effectively help because of the distance, we prayed for the souls of those who disappeared, for the health of those escaped with his life and those who were making superhuman efforts to rescue and rebuild.
    At that time I did not know Jang Keun Suk.
    I really appreciate his involvement in supporting those in trouble.
    Only a responsible person, sensitive, human and with a great soul may be on side those who suffer with words of encouragement and material aid.
    I am very proud of this attitude that proving once again as before being gifted artist, Jang Keun Suk is truly a great man.
    All the best and God forbid us from trouble!

  3. Thanks Tenshi for sharing. Beautiful man with a beautiful heart! Proud to be his eel!
    I also very proud of Japanese who let the whole world see and learn a human being’s inner beauty (unselfishness and well discipline) even under a great disaster!

  4. Thank you Tenshi for bringing us back in memories..
    I was not his eel yet but this for me shows how great he is as a person as a being..
    I did not know about the little “detail” of his gifts…bright pink blankets with a message…how special is that and how special he is…he did not just donate but he managed to give an extra support with his gift..pink to lift up the spirits…who needs grey and brown when everything around you is devastated and right on depressing…
    His thoughts are far beyond our comprehension…what we might find important he already left behind…he has other “importants” in live we yet have to learn about..He is indeed a remarkable spirit

  5. Thank you for sharing. I remember that. It was a hard time for Japan. I hope that things are going well for people who live in that part av Japan.

    I have seen the picture many times before but I didn´t know what the picture was about. I didnt´t know about Jks back then. But I´m not suprised. We all know that Sukkie has a big heart, and that he loves Japan.

  6. His long lasting message. Truly blue eels are blessed to have him. God bless the earthquake victims.Indeedl life must go on ….,ZIKZIN no matter what….God bless this young man too who always touch many with his words and generosity…..

  7. Once again I am touched by the sweet gesture of our dear Sukkie.. So proud of him.. In behalf of the Filipino people, I will also wont forget his generosity in extending support for the Yolanda victims.. Jeongmal kamsa hamnida!! GOD bless you and reward your generosity.. 😀

  8. Kaori chan.. Thanks for sharing this and I remember very well what happened 3 years back… the painful memories of the disaster as well as the memory of what Suk did to cheer up people from Japan… now I want to use the word “ZIKZIN!!!” to all affected by the disaster.. life have to go on..
    When attending Suk’s recent Seoul FM, I’m touched that even the opening speech by our eel sis from Korean Cri-J president are covering also community/charity work lined up for the year 2014.. I’m glad Suk has set good example for his eels not only in Korean but over the world to help others in need… I’m proud to be an eel ^_^

  9. thanks for sharing GOD BLESS to all the victims and keep fighting life must go on..and GOD BLESS this son of Koreans for stretching his hands to every one..he is so kind hearted we love you PRINCE!!!

  10. Thanks for sharing this, sad memories, Life is the most precious. I can not imagine that horrible moment. Nobody deserves something like that. God bless all of us!
    JKS, you are amazing!


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