Kpop Avengers SuperM will be embracing the World Health Organization’s advocacy for mental health. The supergroup will be teaming up with other worldwide celebrities for the organization’s first online big event.
SuperM will be the only Kpop group among the celebrities who will be collaborating with world advocates on mental health. The broadcast of the event is on October 10, celebrating World Mental Health Day. Aside from the celebrities and advocates, world leaders will also be joining WHO’s first-ever online advocacy.
On October 7 (Wednesday), the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that SuperM would be knitting with others’ helping hands for the said online big event.
World Mental Health Day highlights
The big event for mental health is part of the SuperM’s urgent need to address the chronic under-investment in the world’s mental health commemoration. Through the event, the WHO will also be highlighting the pressing need for change and existing high rates of mental disorders, alongside more issues.
Also highlighted in the event is sharing experiences and advice of people who have dealt with similar struggles. And to maximize the experience, through live Q&A sessions on social media, the campaign will encourage the audience to share their stories.
Stay tuned for #SuperMxWHO!
🗓️This Saturday 10.10.2020
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) October 7, 2020
WHO’s World Mental Health Day will be broadcasted on October 10 (Saturday), from 4 to 7 p.m. CEST (11 p.m. to 2 a.m. KST) or 10 p.m. (PH/SG/MY Standard Time). The event will last for three hours, and admissions are free.
To stream, viewers can tune in via WHO’s official website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and TikTok channels.
The SM Entertainment group, SuperM, is a K-pop group with seven members. It is composed of members SHINee’s Taemin, EXO’s Baekhyun and Kai, and NCT’s Taeyong, Ten, Mark, and Lucas.
The supergroup recently made its comeback with its first full-length album entitled Super One. The all-boy group is currently making waves on charts. With the group’s massive popularity and influence, the album debuted No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.
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