Hot on the heels of the landmark US Supreme Court decision to allow same-sex marriages nationwide, Seoul held its Pride Parade despite thousands of opponents arriving on scene in an attempt to shut it down.
The Korea Queer Culture Festival celebrated its 16th year during the Month of June, but there was a time when it was legitimately questioned if the event would take place. Squaring off against not only “Christian” opposition groups, but also authorities, the event culminated in a thriving Pride Parade that brought out thousands on both sides of the issue.
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