A Korean Underwear Manufacturer Young Inner Form, have donated 1,000 masks to prevent Covid-19 Young Inner Form, have donated 1,000 masks of SOFREE
Dec 24, 2020, 07:14
Young Inner Form, a Korean seamless underwear manufacturer that commercialized the first in Korea seamless underwear, made a big donation to Goyang, Gyeonggi-do. In the ceremony held at Goyang City Hall in May 2020, The CEO of Young Inner Form, Lee Jongduk, Goyang Pharmaceutical Association Chairman Kim Eun-jin, and Gyeonggi Red Cross Seobuk Volunteer Director attended to cheer for medical workers suffering from Covid-19
Young Inner Form have donated 1,000 masks of its own brand SOFREE Copper Mask (USD 35,000) to the Gyeonggi-do Governor of the Korean Red Cross. Goyang City said that the received mask was delivered to pregnant women to prevent Covid19 through a public health center in Goyang City
Young Inner Foam, a Korean seamless underwear manufacturer, is the first company to introduce seamless underwear in Korea. Korea's first no-sew bra and no-sew panties were introduced, and the products were sold through street shop and home shopping. Since then, the production items have been expanded to include men's drawers and shorts, expanded the domestic market share of seamless products to more than 60%
The seamless underwear has the advantage that it does not have a sewing line, so it is comfortable to wear, and the underwear line is not exposed and movement is easy. In addition, since most of the seamless underwear is made by adhesive method and cutting-edge technology, it is sold only to leading global brands in Europe or the United States. Young Inner Foam have launched a new brand ‘SOFREE’ and has 10 patents
Lee Jongduk, the CEO of Young Inner Form, a seamless underwear manufacturer, said, “I decided to donate to help prevent Covid19 infection in pregnant women with weak immunity. Because it is a functional mask that can be used after washing and has antibacterial function, it seems that pregnant women can use it comfortably and safely.”
Moreover, the Goyang Pharmaceutical Association, who attended the ceremony held that day, have delivered 1,000 supplements (USD 10,000) to the Governor of the Korean Red Cross, Gyeonggi Province. He said that the nutritional supplement received was delivered to a health care professional who is working to prevent COVID-19 through the Goyang City Health Center.
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