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Korea Queer Culture Festival
Korea Queer Culture Festival

First held in 2000, the Korea Queer Culture Festival is a unique event that aims to foster an understanding and tolerance of the LGBT community. The 15th annual Korea Queer Culture Festival core belief is that everyone who live in this society has to be respected as an individual and discrimination should not happen. Furthermore, […]

Bringing Back the Hangul
Bringing Back the Hangul

In celebration for the creation of Hangul (the Korean alphabet), Moving Gallery by Moving Art Works brushes away to honor what King Sejong the Great handed down as a way of unifying the social classes. October 9 is Hangul Proclamation Day. Once, it was observed as a national holiday but was discontinued in 1991 due […]