PANGYO, Korea (May 22, 2020) – Taek-Jin Kim, CEO of NCSOFT, a global premier game developer and publisher, participates in the ‘Flower Bucket Challenge’ campaign to help local flower industry in Korea undergoing difficulty due to the spread of COVID-19. Kim will purchase flowers and plants from the flower farms in Changwon and donate them to the local elementary school first graders and baseball fans. Air purification plants will be delivered to the elementary school first graders in Masan, Changwon, whose entrance ceremonies were canceled due to COVID-19. The plants will be donated to a total of 87 classes of 26 elementary schools in Masan, in time for their first day of school on May 27. The ‘Flower Bucket Challenge’ campaign will also come to NC Dinos’ home stadium, ‘Changwon NC Park.’ Flowered necklaces will be presented to the ‘Recall Fans,’ who will be joining three home games in a row from May 26 to May 28. Kim said, "I would like to congratulate and encourage these young students, who will begin their very first school life.” He also added, “I hope a healthy and vibrant daily life will return soon, combined with sincere hearts and wish from everyone who is doing the best endeavor in their respective fields." The ‘Flower Bucket Challenge’ is a relay campaign for the public good to support local flower farmers, who are experiencing difficulty as various ceremonies and events were canceled due to COVID-19. This Campaign has been extended by making recommendations from one supporter to the next. Kim embraced the campaign with the recommendation from Jeong-Do Hong, CEO of JoongAng Ilbo and JTBC. Kim recommended Jun-Hyuk Bang, the chairman of Netmarble as a next supporter. About ‘Recall Fans’ Project of NC Dinos The ‘Recall Fans’ project by NC Dinos is an event to design cutout boards with the fans’ photos and cheering phrases and to place them on the seats in the stadium. These cutout boards replace actual attendants during the home games taking place without spectators. About 60 Recall Fans from the United States will join the home games from May 26 to May 28.