Not only are the songs catchy to the ears, the MV KPop also always manages to spoil the eyes because the concept is always new and unique. With high quality, some KPop MVs have even managed to surpass 1 billion viewers on YouTube, you know.
Well, out of the many concepts passed down, various KPop groups have spoiled fans with nature-themed music videos. Some of them are the 9 KPop MVs below.
1. Released in 2016, Taeyeon's solo debut MV titled "I" may be a reference for those of you who want to take a vacation in New Zealand.
2. Having reached 24 million viewers on Youtube, Yooa Oh My Girl's MV "Bon Voyage" has a magical vibe that makes you feel like you are in real nature.
3. With EDM house music and heavy guitar accompaniment, MAMAMOO's "Starry Night" MV was also filmed in New Zealand, you know.
4. Did you miss a beach vacation? Just watch TWICE's "Dance The Night Away" MV that was released in 2018
5. Saemangeum, which is the background for BTS's "Save Me" MV, should be included in the list of tours you must visit while on vacation in South Korea.
6. Through the MV "Love Whisper", GFRIEND invites fans to enjoy the natural scenery in Hwacheon, Gangwon.
7. Set in Ko Samui, Thailand, this SNSD MV "Party" managed to evoke a cool summer atmosphere.
8. With a meadow and a forest as the backdrop, the members of Oh My Girl looked lovely through their MV "Windy Day" recorded on Jeju Island.
9. Six years later, Apink's MV "Remember" is still a crowd favorite due to its fresh concept and catchy song.
So, those are the 9 KPop MVs that carry the nature theme. They make you miss your vacation, what is your favorite MV?
WHO asks to accelerate the results of investigations of sexual harassment cases
The incident took place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The World Health Organization (WHO) says an independent investigation into cases of sexual harassment that took place in the Democratic Republic of Congo is targeting the findings at the end of August 2021. This incident made the WHO face pressure from donors. How did the story start?
a report in early May 2021 said an internal email revealed that WHO management knew about claims of sexual harassment that occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2019 and was asked how to handle them. WHO's general director, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, told the organization's annual ministerial session that some states were frustrated by the trust of the investigation. The allegations undermine trust in WHO and threaten the critical work that is already being done.
Tedros said the independent commission set up its headquarters in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, in March 2021 and hired an investigative firm that started field investigations in early May 2021. Despite the security challenges in the North Kivu region, Democratic Republic of Congo, and volcanic eruptions in the past week, he said the team had done its best to complete its work in time until the commission submitted its report at the end of August 2021.
On the same day, some 53 countries raised concerns that WHO leaders were aware of allegations of sexual abuse against UN agency staff and failed to report them. In a joint statement, several countries such as the United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Japan and other countries demanded that the WHO General Director show strong and exemplary leadership in preventing sexual harassment, following reports that WHO management was aware of the alleged cases in Democratic Republic of the Congo and do not do it in an act.
Delivering a joint statement to the WHO's main annual assembly, Canada's Ambassador to the United Nations, Leslie Norton, said the tone had to be set from above and that 53 countries wanted credible results in addressing the issue. He said that since January 2018 his party had expressed deep concern regarding allegations relating to issues of sexual exploitation and harassment, only sexual harassment, and abuse of power, related to WHO activities.
The WHO and two other UN agencies were shaken in September 2020 after a report documented the alleged exploitation and abuse of women by UN agency staff during the 2018-2020 Ebola crisis. Likewise, a year-long investigation process found that more than 50 women had accused Ebola aid workers, mainly from WHO but also from other UN agencies and organizing non-governmental organizations.
The parallels between a report provided by a woman in the city of Beni, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, suggest that the practice is widespread. A WHO external auditor report, which was initiated on the same day, mentioned 14 cases of sexual harassment involving WHO employees in 2019, including cases in the Democratic Republic of Congo, compared to 11 cases in 2019.
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