An online gay community providing access to online forums, entertainment, shopping, nightlife, etc. Apparently it is Korean's largest gay networking site. Available in the English language (click top-right corner). Difficult to sign-up to the site if you are not Korean.
Means "between friends" and is a Korean Gay Men's Human Rights Group founded in 1994.
Korean Queer Culture Festival 퀴어문화축제
A week-long even in Seoul that includes a film festival, parade and queer party. Usually happens in late May or early June.
Official KQCF Site
KSCRC (Korean Sexual-Minority Culture & Rights Centre)
In Korean, it's 한국성적소수자문화인권센터. Like other Korean sites, the English pages are out-of-date and have limited information, but it's worth checking out.
KHAP (Korean Aids/HIV Prevention and Support Center)
Probably one of the most informative English sites on gay life across Asia. It Offers detailed information on popular nightspots and gay hangouts.
Friday is apparently Asia's largest gay and lesbian online community. It offers news, events, personals, etc.
Filipino Student Kicked out of Korean School For Being Gay - November 18 2010, Asian Correspondent
To Fight to Let South Korea's Gay Soldiers Be Sexually Active - Querty.comGays in the Military - October 27, 2010, The Korea Times
Everything is Super When You're Gay in Korea - October 25, 2010, "Ask a Korean" blog
The Homo Romance On Life Is Beautiful Might Teach Inmates To Go Gay, Government Worries - October 8, 2010, Queerty.comGay Rights in Korea Today - September 5, 2010, "Ask a Korean" blog
Interview with Kim Su-Hyeon - April 28 2010, "Ask a Korean" blog
From 50 to 1,500: Korea Queer Culture Festival turns 10 - June 16, 2009, Fridae.com
Seoul's spring forecast: More visibility for Korea's queers - June 3, 2008, Fridae.com
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