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Park Seo-joon, BTS’s V express concern over Taal Volcano eruption

By: - Reporter
/ 03:36 PM January 15, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Korean actor Park Seo-joon and member of global boy group BTS’ V expressed concern over the recent Taal Volcano eruption which has displaced thousands of families from their homes.

Park shared Tuesday over his Instagram account a photo that read “Pray for Taal.”

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V, on the other hand, responded to a fan who asked for prayers about Taal’s eruption in the online community app WeVerse.

BTS V Taal eruption

“Pray for Taal, Pray for the Philippines,” the fan’s post read.

“My heart really aches these days. I hope no one gets hurt and that nature doesn’t hurt any more people. Please. Really,” V, whose real name is Kim Tae-hyung, replied.

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Taal Volcano had a phreatic eruption or a steam-driven episode in crater last Sunday.

Alert level 4 remains hoisted over Taal Volcano, which means that a hazardous explosive eruption is possible within hours or days.

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