According to a health report issued by OCED, South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates in the world. To address the issue some South Korean companies are trying something which they think can discourage people from thinking of suicide as a solution to their problems. The companies make the workers attend "death workshops" specifically designed to make them embrace their problems and also understand that difficulties are part of life. Those who attend these workshops sign mock wills, write final letters to their families and are then shut inside coffins for ten minutes. Whether this makes the people appreciate life more at the present can't be confirmed but after some time they can tell how effective it is if suicide rates drop.