The Jakarta Post
Jaemin and Jeno of NTC Dream surprise a couple of children from Bantar Gebang, who had to drop out of school due to their unfortunate circumstances (Courtesy of MBC/File)
Two members of South Korean boy group NCT Dream have made headlines as they visited Bantar Gebang landfill in Bekasi, West Java.
NCT Dream members Jaemin and Jeno collaborated with nongovernmental organizations Good Neighbors International and Gugah Nurani Indonesia (GNI) Foundation to volunteer for humanitarian and environmental causes at the landfill.
GNI fundraising manager Stephanie Dass said footage of the activities would be featured on the Global Dreams Come True Project ‘The Best Day’ show which was slated to air on South Korea’s MBC TV on Monday.
“NCT Dream has especially been sympathetic toward issues concerning Indonesian children who dropped out of school to immediately make a living,” Stephanie said on Friday as quoted by kompas.com.
Jaemin and Jeno gave a surprise to a couple of children from Bantar Gebang, who had to drop out of school due to their unfortunate circumstances, she added.
In addition to Bantar Gebang, Jaemin and Jeno would also visit several other locations in Bekasi, she said.
“We also aim to provide aid to underage workers in other locations,” Stephanie said. (rfa/kes)