Ina Christian broadcasting company was sanctioned by the Korea Communications Standards Commission for broadcasting an anti-LGBTI interview on a radio program, in which the interviewee claimed that, if an "anti-discrimination law for LGBTI people" is passed, "paedophilia, bestiality, etc. View this page in a different language: LGBTQ activists and allies marched, holding rainbow flags and signs in the rally of over a million Seoul citizens demanding then-president Park Geun-hye to resign. At this point, the bottom can either choose to accept or reject these advances. The Shilla Seoul. Same-sex sexual activity is not illegal in South Korea, with the exception of those serving in the military. Coffee shops, tons of bars, and obviously gay guys everywhere eating and drinking.
Of course, the younger generation has traveled, seen the world and met a gay or two haha.
Latest Blog Post. About Us Help Center. Currently, 14 local governments in South Korea have enacted anti-discrimination laws that include sexual orientation.
Homosexual military members in active duty are categorized as having a " personality disorder " or "behavioural disability" and can either be institutionalized or dishonorably discharged.