On January 24th, Dal Shabet members made a special visit to an infant girl in Gyeonggi-do’s Osan.
Just 25 months old, the infant was born with biliary atresia, a congenital disease where one is born without a bile duct that connects the liver to the small intestine and can lead to liver failure.
The members came with toys and a donation, to encourage the infant girl’s family and give them hope that the baby girl would receive a surgery soon.
Serri, Dal Shabet’s leader, shared, “After hearing about this unfortunate case, the Dal Shabet members decided to pay a visit in hopes that we would offer some help. We hope [she] will quickly regain her health and soon start eating regularly and playing with dolls liker her same-aged friends and grow up healthy.”
The visit was made in part of a campaign with Daum that helps support families whose babies are born prematurely. Also, as part of the campaign, the members donated six of their stage outfits for sale and raised a record of 3.89 million won for the cause.
Article by Glenn & Jenny
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