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239 KT&G Welfare Foundation celebrates its 5th anniversary 2017.04.10

▶KT&G Welfare Foundation (chairperson: Youngkyun Kwak) organized ecological restoration program planting 2,000 hydrange trees, indigenous vegetation of Mount Bukhan, around Songchu valley with 100 college student volunteers.


ollege students cleaned up Mount Bukhan near Dobong office in Seoul on April 8. KT&G Welfare Foundation organized ‘Mount Bukhan National Park Ecological Restoration 2017’ event with about 100 college students.


Participants planted 2,000 hydrangea trees, indigenous vegetation of Mount Bukhan, in damaged forest in Songchu valley and also plucked out weeds so the seedlings may flourish.


A KT&G Welfare Foundation official said, “Many people suffer from air pollution including fine dust and yellow dust. KT&G will keep fulfilling its corporate social responsibility for ecological management through forest development and forest restoration.


KT&G Welfare Foundation has planted 8,000 trees in Mount Bukhan National Park to ‘Preserve national parks in urban city’ since 2013. The foundation also planted 38,000 trees for the restoration of the parts of the forest damaged by a fire around Naksan Temple in Yangyang, Gangwon Province from 2006 to 2012.


▶KT&G Welfare Foundation (chairperson: Youngkyun Kwak) organized ecological restoration program planting 2,000 hydrangea trees, indigenous vegetation of Mount Bukhan, around Songchu valley with 100 college student volunteers.(commemorative photograph)   

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