Red Velvet’s Joy, Bae Suzy and Red Velvet’s Irene have been unapologetic about their feminism, but still get criticised heavily for it. Photo: @_imyour_joy @suzy_fangirl94 @renebaebae/Instagram Red Velvet’s Joy, Bae Suzy and Red Velvet’s Irene have been unapologetic about their feminism, but still get criticised heavily for it. Photo: @_imyour_joy @suzy_fangirl94 @renebaebae/Instagram
Red Velvet’s Joy, Bae Suzy and Red Velvet’s Irene have been unapologetic about their feminism, but still get criticised heavily for it. Photo: @_imyour_joy @suzy_fangirl94 @renebaebae/Instagram

How Red Velvet, Bae Suzy and Gong Hyo-jin are leading K-pop and K-drama’s reckoning with Korea’s sexist culture

Whether sporting a T-shirt with a feminist slogan or commenting on criminal cases involving sexism, these South Korean idols are taking on the haters to champion the unpopular feminist cause and lead the fight against widespread gender inequality

Topic |   South Korea
Red Velvet’s Joy, Bae Suzy and Red Velvet’s Irene have been unapologetic about their feminism, but still get criticised heavily for it. Photo: @_imyour_joy @suzy_fangirl94 @renebaebae/Instagram Red Velvet’s Joy, Bae Suzy and Red Velvet’s Irene have been unapologetic about their feminism, but still get criticised heavily for it. Photo: @_imyour_joy @suzy_fangirl94 @renebaebae/Instagram
Red Velvet’s Joy, Bae Suzy and Red Velvet’s Irene have been unapologetic about their feminism, but still get criticised heavily for it. Photo: @_imyour_joy @suzy_fangirl94 @renebaebae/Instagram
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