Lotte World Tower: The Light Up For Inclusion

Singer Bada in an off white dress and a group of four supports (one female and three male) dressed in all black on stage in front of a light up sign that reads "Light up for Inclusion."
Jamsil Lotte World Tower, the tallest building in Korea, lit up red at the top, the night dark night sky is in the background.
Jamsil Lotte World Tower, the tallest building in Korea, light up red for the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Celebration event, Light up Red for Inclusion on July 21, 2018

July 21, Korea - The ceremony for the ‘Light Up For Inclusion’ was held at the Jamsil Lotte World Tower, the tallest building in Korea , on 21st July. Approximately 100 people including Honored Guests and SO athletes who would participate in the 2019 Abu Dhabi Special Olympics World Games attended the event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics. The welcoming remarks by the athlete leader Sangah Min, started the ceremony. The renowned singer Bada was appointed as the new ambassador of Special Olympics Korea. The President of Special Olympics Korea, Heungkil Ko and Cardinal Sujeong Yeon delivered inspirational speeches. The atmosphere culminated when the start button was pressed by the honored guests and the Lotte World Tower was lit up red.

Special Olympics East Asia representatives on stage behind a podium with the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary logo on the front, have their hands on a red Special Olympics Unified Sports decoration. In the background is a red lit up screen.