JYP Entertainment celebrates 4th anniversary of ‘EDM DAY’ with a flourish of social contributions

JYP Entertainment celebrated the 4th anniversary of ‘EDM DAY’ on Friday, which is an occasion to celebrate their commitment to various philanthropy and positive changes in society. Since 2002, JAYP has been involved in several social contribution projects, including year-end charity concerts in pediatric wards with their artists and their ongoing CSR projects under the motto ’ED M (Every Dream Matters! ‘).

‘[2023 JYP EDM Day] Every Dream Matters!’ was announced by Jyp on their official SNS channels on December 24 KST. The event featured a video presentation that highlighted the various activities and projects associated with this year’s social contribution initiative. During it, children who have benefited from the EDYP project, artists from TWICE, and Bang Chan were in attendance, as well as those from kids around the world who participated in upcoming events.

Young K from DAY6 performed a touching rendition of ‘Better Day,’ which was the grand prize-winning song. The song is inspired by JYP’s social responsibility program, which seeks to provide hope for those who are struggling with depression and addiction.

J.Y. Park, Jihyo, and Bang Chan describe the ‘EDM treatment cost support project’ as the heartwarming element of the EDM initiative.

The ‘EDM Wish Fulfillment Project,’ started in 2019, has been instrumental in fulfilling the dreams of children with incurable diseases. This year, 40 individuals had their dreams fulfilled, contributing to a total of 271 dream fulfillments so far.

Members of Stray Kids were able to teach aspiring singers and dancers key choreography from representative songs during a one-day mentoring session for underprivileged youth in Korea, which was introduced by the ‘Special Artist Public Service Activity’. The experience was meaningful as it encouraged collaboration among all participants.

JYP also unveiled ‘Love Earth,’ a project to create ‘a clean environment for future generations.’ The annual event held in honour of International Coastal Cleanup Day was expanded into upcoming ‘Action for Ocean’ with participants encouraged to take action including reducing microplastics, carbon emissions and ocean acidification; 1,860 fans took part in the campaign and raised – raising 37.2 million won for coastal cleanup projects, helping to clean up 26 oceans around the world.

In addition, JYP artists such as TWICE, Hyunjin from Stray Kids, Changbin from Changbine, Felix from ITZY’s RyujIN donated 1 billion won to help recover from earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, and also committed 1billion won for ESG management to contribute to building a better society.

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