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Kim said, “I hope that people love themselves for who they are and live with confidence in this world.” Kim is extremely active with student movements on campus.The child development and family studies major regularly participates in movements to raise rights of sexual minorities and tackle sexual violence on campus.The protesters were also joined by human rights activists, lawyers, and youth. "(Translated) Seoul Student Rights Ordinance Rounds Passed, Urging Seoul Metropolitan Council Sit."
Yet, on a local level, there was still much controversy when the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education drafted a students’ human rights ordinance on 7 September 2011. On 8 December 2011, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, in a public statement on bullying, announced his stance of solidarity with anti-homophobic campaigns. On 14 December, Common Action for Sexual Minority Students launched a 24-hour sit-in at the Seoul Metropolitan Council building. As long as she does her job right, it doesn’t matter, who cares? Seoul’s burgeoning queer nightlife scene has come on in leaps and bounds since 2000, when star actor Hong Seok-cheon came out of the closet – the first Korean celebrity to do so.