Han Seung Yeon, Yeo Jin Goo, Park Si Yeon and Other Top Stars Participate in Campaign for Endangered Animals


Top stars have participated in a campaign for the protection of mountain goats, which are an endangered species.

In light of Earth Day, which is celebrated on  April 22, “Allure” magazine has opened a “Green Allure Campaign,” which features top stars such as Park Si Yeon, Yeo Jin Goo, Baek Jin Hee, Lee Chung Ah, After School’s Nana, Kara’s Han Seung Yeon, Jung Yoo Mi, Nam Goong Min and more.

This pictorial was taken for to protect the endangered mountain goats in Korea. Each star is wearing a t-shirt with a picture of a mountain goat. All proceeds from this campaign will go into the wildlife protection foundation for mountain goats.

Park Si Yeon said, “I’m so glad that just by participating in this photo shoot, it will help out the mountain goats.” Kara’s Han Seung Yeon shared, “As I’m taking care of my pet dog, I began to have more interest in abandoned animals and wildlife. Before it’s too late, I think we should do all we can.”

Actress Lee Chung Ah stated, “I recently switched my vehicle to a hybrid. It saves the environment from harmful gases, saves energy and I even save on parking. It’s actually not that hard to do things that are good for the environment.”

This pictorial can be found in the April issue of “Allure” magazine, which will be released on April 20.