‘Red Angel’, the national cheering squad, will launch a global donation campaign. Following last year's World Cheering Season 1, "World Cheering Season 2 with K-POP Stars" is in full swing this year. Red Angel plans to conduct global donation activities starting with the "Todak Todak It's Okay" online concert on May 29. The concert features ‘Highlight’, ‘Brave Girls’, ‘OH MY GIRL’, ‘THE BOYZ’, for cheering for the global community overcoming COVID-19 and giving hope. According to Red Angel, It has been preparing the concert will be held in July to commemorate the Tokyo Olympics..
Meanwhile, Red Angel, the national cheering squad, announced that the concert on May 29 will be held in Paju City (mayor Choi Jong-whan) In Paju, the northernmost city and the capital of peace, the atmosphere is already heating up as the city is expected to be a symbolic place to pray for global peace and give hope to all mankind.
1 million people from all over the world through on-line, and 3,000 people through Zoom with K-POP stars in this concert will participate and support all mankind in overcoming COVID-19
In particular, this concert will be watched live by people around the world through its own streaming service, "COUTION LIVE,"
In World Cheering Season 1, Red Angel created 180 videos showing support in overcoming COVID-19 for one of each of the county in the world. Erna Solberg, Prime Minister of NORWAY and Co-chair of UN SDG Advocacy Group, expressed gratitude and posted the video of Norwegian cheering on her Twitter account.
For the past 15 years, Red Angel has been supporting national sports players of Olympics, Asian Games etc. and people in need with donation. It has played as private diplomats with various activities including ‘KOREA CHANGA’, song of patriotic cheer, campaign, festival for global village
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