Members of South Korea’s Unnie Choir performs on stage. The choir sings about the joy and stigma of being gay in the socially conservative country. Members of South Korea’s Unnie Choir performs on stage. The choir sings about the joy and stigma of being gay in the socially conservative country.
Members of South Korea’s Unnie Choir performs on stage. The choir sings about the joy and stigma of being gay in the socially conservative country.

‘K-pop for queer’: the LGBT choirs in South Korea singing for change in the conservative nation

  • South Korea’s Unnie Choir, described as ‘K-pop for queer’, and G-Voice, the country’s first gay choir, are helping raise awareness of LGBT issues
  • They are part of an expanding network of LGBT choirs across Asia who are using song to fight discrimination

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
Members of South Korea’s Unnie Choir performs on stage. The choir sings about the joy and stigma of being gay in the socially conservative country. Members of South Korea’s Unnie Choir performs on stage. The choir sings about the joy and stigma of being gay in the socially conservative country.
Members of South Korea’s Unnie Choir performs on stage. The choir sings about the joy and stigma of being gay in the socially conservative country.
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