The cause involves a large-scale flash mob to be held on September 17, officially dubbed 'Be Strong, Youth! Great Mob,' and a total of 300 people will be participating in it.
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This flash mob was organized with the aim of cheering on the youth so that they can stand confident in a society through revitalizing their love for and expectation toward life, and as a way to diminish their despair and distress regarding their future job prospects.
The flash mob aims to construct a more positive environment in which citizens can relieve their stress, depression, anxiety disorders, and other mental disabilities through their interactions with various celebrities and artists, and to ultimately serve as a preventive measure for suicide.