SuperM performs for WHO's 'The Big Event for Mental Health'
Boy band SuperM was the only K-pop act to participate in the World Health Organization's (WHO) online event dubbed "The Big Event for Mental Health" on Saturday, to spread the importance of mental health and taking care of yourself.
The WHO streamed the event through various social media platforms including YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, TikTok and Twitch from Saturday 11 a.m. to spread the importance of taking care of your mental health and programs to help people around the world.
SuperM performed its song "Better Days," which has been included in the band's first full-length album "Super One" released last month, "in hopes that better days come" for everyone soon.
The band had been spreading the message of hope and power through "Super One," which carries the message that we are all super and special, and that we should all stick together as one to cope with hard times.
SuperM is a project boy band consisting of seven members from SM Entertainment’s popular boy groups SHINee, Exo, NCT 127 and WayV.
The band also participated in the WHO and Global Citizens' joint concert "One World: Together At Home" held in April this year, again as the only K-pop act.
BY YOON SO-YEON [firstname.lastname@example.org]