Ever wanted to take part in a K-pop glowstick sea? Well here’s your chance, just keep reading for more info.

JJLPROJECT and a few others would like to announce a project we’ve had planned for a while. On June 23rd, we’re hoping to light up the indigo2 stadium with a united, SOLID GREEN SEA for EXO-K’s stages!

The colour green has been chosen as it was first used for the Korean and Chinese showcases, and thus would be easily recognisable. Every person who attends will get 2~3 thin green glowsticks to hold up or use as bracelets and yes, we’re distributing this to you on the day of the concert, free of charge! We would like for this event to be perfectly planned so that when EXO first step onstage, all they’ll see is 2500 fans in unity and full support. Overall we want them to have a very memorable, positive experience for the first time they perform in Europe.

This project is already underway, but as always, there are expenses involved in carrying it out. Donations are already being collected but we would very much appreciate it if you donated. It doesn’t have to be much at all, as any amount will help us out! You can donate via Paypal (instructions here: http://jjlproject.tumblr.com/post/25083472713/how-to-donate-to-jjlproject-paypal). 

We’re trying to raise around £150 by June 19th, and we are already halfway towards attaining this goal. This is a very tight deadline but with your help we hope to reach our goal and make this project successful for the boys! Even if you can’t donate, if you’re attending the concert please look out for JJLPROJECT handing out glowsticks – further information as to how these glowsticks will be distributed and used in the event will be released closer to the time.

If you have any inquiries please send a reply to @jjlproject on twitter, email jjlprojectlondon@gmail.com or message us (jjlproject) on tumblr.

Finally, we would also appreciate it if you could spread this news on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr e.t.c to promote and spread the word to other fans attending the concert. Thank you all so much!


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Freya is the founder of UnitedKpop, steering the ship since 2011. She is a full time graphic designer with lots of love for her two cats. You can see Freya's portfolio at freyabigg.co.uk