Korea Queer Culture Festival Newsletter No. 5

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As pride approaches, the Korea Queer Culture Festival has been posting newsletters on their official page.

A quick (rough) translation of Newsletter No. 5

Queer Parade Opening in Seoul Plaza
Starting in Daehangno in 2000, the KQCF has taken place in Jongno, Itaewon, Hongdae, and Sinchon and every year goes through difficulties choosing a location. This year, it plans to open in Seoul Plaza.

Love & Resist: Queer Revolution
The design of the 16th KQCF’s slogan, Love, Resist, Queer Revolution, has been made public. What a frightfully cute slogan!

KQFF+’s Vivid Epilogue for Korea Queer Film Festival Supporters
During the last month of March, the first event for the Korea Queer Film Festival was held. Around 200 participants attended.

KQCF Network Party

As pride approaches, the Korea Queer Culture Festival has been posting newsletters on their official page.

A quick (rough) translation of Newsletter No. 5

Queer Parade Opening in Seoul Plaza
Starting in Daehangno in 2000, the KQCF has taken place in Jongno, Itaewon, Hongdae, and Sinchon and every year goes through difficulties choosing a location. This year, it plans to open in Seoul Plaza.

Love & Resist: Queer Revolution
The design of the 16th KQCF’s slogan, Love, Resist, Queer Revolution, has been made public. What a frightfully cute slogan!

KQFF+’s Vivid Epilogue for Korea Queer Film Festival Supporters
During the last month of March, the first event for the Korea Queer Film Festival was held. Around 200 participants attended.

KQCF Network Party
On the 25th of February, a network party to share stories was held for the groups and individuals that made last year’s queer culture festival possible. 60 organizations (including the French, German, and US embassies and Google) and 120 individuals participated.

The last bit is just a way to donate to the Korea Queer Festival. Send a message to 2540-2000 and you can donate 3,000 to the festival.



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