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[NAVER] Mina becomes a certified organ donor

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"A certified organ donor" TWICE's Mina celebrates 800th day since debut

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  1. [+418] Congratulations to TWICE Mina on 800 days since debut and it's great that she registered to become an organ donor
  2. [+398] Not only is her face pretty but her heart is too ㅎㅎ
  3. [+383] Mina is a total angel ㅜㅜㅜㅜ She's still young so it's not easy to make a decision like that
  4. [+360] I sincerely congratulate Minari on TWICE's 800 days since debut and it's nice to see that she is a certified organ donor
  5. [+354] I'm really touched. I'm so proud and I think I understand how thankful and loved TWICE is. I want to become a great fan they can be proud of too

"Celebrating 800th day since debut" TWICE Mina registers to become an organ donor

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  1. [+419] Congratulations to our Mina on 800 days and it's nice that she's a certified organ donor
  2. [+375] Our Mina's face is beautiful and her heart too ^^
  3. [+336] So kind~~~ She'll get a mark on her license too ♡♡♡
  4. [+330] Mina's heart is pretty too ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ
  5. [+316] Mina-yah, I love you and congrats on TWICE's 800th day since debut

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