Popular Korean group Super Junior's member Yesung has helped fulfil his father's dreams of being a boss, investing at least 189 million won to open up the eyewear line "Why Style" in downtown Myeongdong in Seoul. Their opening had attracted more than 200 fans to support the event. Yesung had put the congratulatory wreaths sent by the Taiwanese fans at the front of the store, and even waited on the customers personally.
In the Korean entertainment circle, there are a large number of filial children starting up businesses for their parents, including JYJ's Yoochun who opened up an ice cream shop for his mother, while Super Junior's Leeteuk, Sungmin, and Kyuhyun collaboratively started up a coffee shop for their mothers. In addition to that, Kyuhyun even helped his father open up a transnational Korean language academy in Taipei. Yesung, on the other hand, started up a coffee shop for his mother first, and now an eyewear line for his father.
Group members showed up to boost popularity
Yesung had expressed before that he does not hope that his parents are overworked. Opening up a shop would allow his parents to have a focus in life, and at the same time more relaxing. During the opening ceremony of the shop on the day before yesterday, his fellow group members Kyuhyun, Ryeowook, Siwon, Eunhyuk, and Donghae made a special appearance to boost the popularity of the outlet. A large number of fans clogged up the site, snapping away fervently with their cameras, and causing a crowd to spill out onto the main street. Yesung cordially helped the customers pick out spectacle frames in the shop, and even compared his hand size with the other female customers, causing them to be extremely delighted.
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