A man wearing make-up on the street may elicit unwelcome glares, questions about his masculinity and even his sexuality. But in South Korea, ideas about how to look good as a man are changing attitudes and influencing the world, as the BBC's Saira Asher reports. When the BBC posted a video about the make-up routine of a year-old YouTuber in Seoul on Facebook, the reactions ranged from intrigued to downright vitriolic. Some assumed this meant he was gay, while others admonished him for his choice saying "real men don't wear make-up". There were, of course, those that argued for his freedom to live life however he pleased and against the "fragile masculinities" on show.
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Rain's musical career includes seven albums six Korean, one Japanese , 28 singles and numerous concert tours around the world. He achieved breakthrough success with his third Korean album, It's Raining , which spawned the number one single of the same name. The album sold a million copies in Asia, and established Rain as an international star. Rain made his acting debut in the drama Sang Doo!
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All rights reserved. Love is in the air for these Korean celebrities! Check out the Hallyu stars who are confirmed dating or even married! The couple have known each other since at least , when TWICE guest-starred on the variety show Knowing Brothers together, of which Heechul is a main cast member, and had been battling dating rumours ever since.
Korea is known to be a sensitive country, and they were very eager to preserve their culture and belief despite the modern way of living. In this new era, the LGBT community, which represents those who are coming out with different sexuality, aside from being a man or woman, is embracing the diversity of each person, promoting and taking pride in individuality, and fighting against discrimination. However, in the said country, LGBT is still a taboo, and you'll definitely get criticized once you come out or openly admits you are part of the community, especially if you are a huge personality. Thus, these K-pop idols took the courage and stood proud of their real identity, announcing it to their fans and to the world that they are part of the LGBT community either before their debut or after establishing their career in the industry.