“I’m all ears,” croon GOT7’s Youngjae (Choi Young-jae) and Jimin Park, two younger Okay-pop stars who launched a comforting pop-ballad on Monday (Oct. 15) as half of a bigger suicide prevention marketing campaign happening in South Korea.
Run by the Life Insurance Social Philanthropy Foundation of Korea, “I’m All Ears” is the second tune to be launched as a part of the Ready to Listen challenge. Its launch follows that of Dok2 and MK’s emotive hip-hop monitor “Ready to Listen” in September. Both search to attach with these combating darkish ideas and psychological well being points. “Don’t suppose that you're alone,” sing the GOT7 pair on their new tune. “You can speak to me. I’m all ears.”
According to Soompi, together with Park and Youngjae’s launch, the marketing campaign launched a cellular counseling system additionally known as “I’m All Ears.”
The tune was launched via a music video that options the pair of vocalists recording the monitor collectively. Youngjae and Park are labelmates beneath JYP Entertainment. Check out the video under.
"I made a significant tune along with Youngjae," wrote Park on Instagram alongside a picture of the duo. "I hope your hearts can develop into heat by listening to the tune."
Youngjae shared screenshot of the tune on a digital music platform on Instagram, and wrote, "Let's cheer up everybody, I'm all ears [for you]."
South Korea has an rising suicide fee and dying by suicide is the very best explanation for dying amongst youngsters and younger individuals within the nation between the ages of 9 and 24. The Korean music world was shaken final December with the passing of singer-songwriter Kim Jonghyun, a member of SHINee, on the age of 27. This 12 months has seen an uptick of discussions and performances aiming to lift psychological well being consciousness from among the many leisure trade, and Jonghyun's household organising a basis geared toward serving to younger artists combating their careers and psychological well being.