SOUTH KOREA : 116 PEOPLE SINGING TOGETHER TO SUPPORT LGBT RIGHTS.

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2013 IDAHO Project “One Fine Day”:
Release of a video recording of 116 people singing together to support LGBT rights
At noon on May 13, the Korean Gay Men’s Human Rights Group Chingusai released on Youtube the 2013 IDAHO Project “One Fine Day,” a video recording of over 100 ordinary citizens singing together to support LGBT rights, in the belief that violence against minorities cannot be condoned any more and must stop now. The recording was made to ring an alarm bell to the prejudice discrimination against sexual minorities in South Korean society and to commemorate the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO), which falls on May 17 each year. “You Make Me Proud,’ the song performed on the video, was created by the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir as a part of the Out Post Choir Project in 2012 to commemorate the IDAHO. It conveys the conviction that, just as LGBT people affirm and recover their lives and selves despite countless challenges and hardships, all people can overcome injustices in reality and become friends, which will lead to greater love.

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