BTS Meets Young Fan With Incurable Disease Through Make-A-Wish Foundation
Here’s something that will warm you up on this cold autumn day!
On November 12, Make-A-Wish Korea tweeted a photo of a young fan with BTS, writing, “Angelica, a young girl with an incurable disease, finally had her wish to meet BTS granted! Thank you @bts_bighit for making Angelica’s wish to see #BTS come true!”
— 한국메이크어위시재단 (@MakeAWishKorea) November 14, 2016
Angelica also posted onto her Instagram a photo from her dream meeting with BTS. In the photo, she can be seen embracing J-Hope, and she captions the photo, “I’M SO HAPPY I AM SO THANKFUL MY FACE HAS CLEARED UP THE SUN IS SHINING I FEEL LIKE A NEW PERSON THE BIRDS ARE CHIRPING GOD HAS SHOWN ME THE ANSWER TO EVERYTHING I COULDN’T BE HAPPIER REPRESENTING ALL THE INTERNATIONAL ARMY.”
However, Angelica has since deleted the post, explaining, “Well some things came up and I had to delete the post but luv y’all and hope this shit doesn’t get too out of control ???.”
Meanwhile, the Make-A-Wish Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in the United States that grants the wishes of children between the ages of 3 and 17 years who are suffering from incurable and/or life-threatening medical conditions.