Big Bang Hosts "Never Stop Dreaming" Talk Concert
By Staff Writer | July 08, 2012 07:21 PM EDT
Big Bang hosted the "Never Stop Dreaming" Talk Concert, held at the ECC Samsung Hall at Ewha Women's University on July 6th. "Never Stop Dreaming" is part of a social philanthropy campaign led by Northface, the global outdoor clothing and lifestyle brand and it is held to raise awareness for youth and their hopes and dreams.
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On the official Northface "Never Stop Dreaming" website, they held an event "My dream UCC/written text" contest, and the 500 lucky few were able to attend the concert and interact in a more intimate setting with Big Bang.
A Northface official statement said that the philanthropy campaign raises money for scholarships, mentoring programs and experiences to foster a more caring environment for youth in order to help them achieve their dreams. They hope that this event will provide an opportunity for youth to think more seriously about their dreams and face their challenges head-on.
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