January 29, 2013
Jung II-woo attended this event at Seoul National University Children’s Hospital with the Chairman of Korea Domino Pizza, Oh Gwang-hyun, and Miss A Suzy. Jung II-woo helped deliver 100 million won donated by Domino’s to this hospital to support pediatric patients. (I am posting an article after the photos.)
Photos. Cr. Domino’s Pizza and DCIlwoo
Update May 12, 2018: Just found this video made by a fan:
Daily Newspaper (08-29-2013),
By: Jae Jae-woong. HERE in Korean.
Domino pizza delivered 100 million won of ‘Hope Sharing Fund’ to support the infants of Seoul National University Children’s Hospital and announced ‘Hope sharing pizza party’ along with domino pizza CF model resin and Chung Il Woo.
The ‘Hope Sharing Fund’ is a donation fund that provides a portion of the sales revenue of the domino pizza’s 370 stores across the country. Since 2006, domino pizza has been donating funds to ‘Hope Sharing Set’ at Seoul National University Children’s Hospital.
On the day of the ceremony, the domino pizza was presented to the children’s hospital and family members with the “Hope Sharing Fund” ceremony attended by Oh Gwang-hyun, Chairman of Korea Domino Pizza, Chung Hee-won Seoul National University Hospital, Roh Jung Il Seoul National University Children’s Hospital Hospital, Which was held in Seoul, Korea.
“We are delighted to have a meaningful event at the Children’s Hospital of Seoul National University, which has been supporting the pediatric patients for the last 8 years,” said Chin Hyun-joo, director of the pizza marketing division. “We will continue to create a warm world where children can dream and play healthy. We will do our best to make it.”
On the other hand, Domino pizza CF model Resin and Chung Ilwoo visited the hospital for a ceremony and found a pediatric ward that was difficult to work with Chairman Oh Kwang-hyun and gave time for the child to send a message of support with the pizza. He also attended the ‘Hope Sharing Pizza Party’ event, where children and their families were given pizza roasted on-site at the Atrium of Children’s Hospital on the first floor.