SPEED has decided to donate all the profits from their upcoming first album.
On January 16, Core Contents Media revealed that all the profits from SPEED’s debut album will be donated to the organization affiliated with the 5.18 Gwangju Democratization Movement.
A representative stated, “We’re glad to make a donation regardless of how much profit we earn if we can offer some comfort to those who lived in pain through the incident. The members of SPEED decided to make a donation at a meeting on January 14.”
SPEED has been receiving positive response with their music video movie for “Sad Promise” and “It’s Over” which were shot with the setting of May 18 Gwangju Uprising that took place in 1980.
Meanwhile, SPEED will perform their debut stage starting on ‘M! Countdown’ on January 17th.