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Students’ benefit raises 4 million won

A music night organized by international business students attending university in Seoul has raised more than four million won to help disadvantaged Korean kids.

The HELP! 11-11-11 concert saw live acts perform at three Hongdae venues on Friday night to raise cash for SOS Children’s Villages in Korea.

The Save our Souls Children’s Villages NGO provides family-based care for abandoned, destitute and orphaned kids.

The benefit was organized by students of the Sejong-Syracuse Global MBA Program as part of their efforts to integrate the Harvard Business School code of ethics in their learning.

Course member Dain Leathem thanked the venue owners, performers and attendees for making the night adding: “You have made a difference for many local children, and we thank you on their behalf.”
Korea Herald daum