Hyosung holds year-end concert, invites locals and handicapped children2022.12.15
On December 14, Hyosung, jointly with the Purme Foundation, held the “Mini Purme Concert 2022” at the Purme Center in Jongno-gu, Seoul.
First held in 2015, the annual event has not been held for three years due to COVID-19. The Company invited 100-plus people including handicapped youths attending programs provided by the Purme Center to the concert.
One of the ancillary events related to Christmas held for the attendees was making Santa hat/bracelet. Snacks like ddeokbokki, skewered fish cake, waffle, etc. were also provided to the attendees.
The main event included a handbell performance by children of the Jongno Ai Zone for children with developmental disabilities, a Nanta performance by Ullim Sori of the Jongno Welfare Center for the Handicapped, a Pansori performance by JANG Seongbin, a singer with developmental disabilities, a tap dance performance by Theater Lahaph composed of handicapped/non-handicapped members, a performance by PARK Mingyu, a handicapped baritone singer, and a performance by GratoFlute, an ensemble of handicapped flutists.
Hyosung is also carrying out a variety of year-end activities for sharing. On December 15, Hyosung employee volunteers are holding a Christmas party for children at the Jangunbong Child Care Center. On December 20, they plan to deliver tuna and ham gift sets to 400 less privileged households in Ahyeon-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul.