Discussion in 'K-POP' started by stefanotrandafir, Jul 23, 2019.
Nick Neon is the first evert openly gay korean actor
He doesnt look korean
Good for him.
What does his sexuality have to do woth his acting .. sound to me like attention whore .. if he good actor people will watch him regardless of his sexua) oreintstion .
Congrats, not everyone has the nerve to come out in entertainment industry
Good for him then. I hope he isn't using lgbt for a clout. Since I've never heard about him before and suddenly he comes out as a gay and bam! surely everyone knows him or want to know who he is.
nick neon sounds like an idol name more than an actor name, but good luck to him! its hard enough for gay actors in the american film industry, i can't even imagine what it must be like in korea
lol he wants to be open about his identity and not have to hide it, eventually people will discover he likes men, so he's just letting people know first. also "people will watch him regardless of his sexua) oreintstion" false many directors refuse to cast gay actors and many homophobic people refuse to watch movies with gay actors or characters
I don’t know who you’re replying to and I don’t intend to find out since it’s on ignore
I agree. One case is Ezra Miller when he came out as queer. People told him that he made a mistake and he shouldn’t have done so. Meaning coming out really does have an impact on a celebrity’s life. There’s really nothing wrong with coming out because at least the person feels freer and won’t have to hide anything in fear of discrimination. But Korea is such a conservative country and I can count using my fingers in one hand the known celebrities who are out.
Didnt Hong Seok-Cheon come out a long time ago? Wikipedia says he came out in 2000.
Yes, he did. He’s perhaps the most-known gay celebrity right now. Or I’m not sure but he’s the first person I thought of when it comes to gay K-celebs
very brave of him.
Not accurate... Hong Seok-cheon a korean actor is known as gay and that was in 2012
Opps I didn't see your comment and wrote about him, he was the first Korean gay actor to talk about the subject on TV
he was bullied back in 2015 in korea
This would only make sense if LGBT people weren't discriminated against.
Since they are, and you know they are, you're sprouting nonsense.
And you know you do