I have found it interesting watching the behaviour of the High School students. I like the fact that they hold hands - girls with girls and even boys with boys (though I have yet to see girls and boys hold hands with each other). In NZ same sex students holding hands would be ridiculed for being 'gay'. Other behaviour of the boys - I have seen them literally skip through the school yard (remember these are 16,17 and 18 year olds), mince about and wear brightly coloured nail polish. I think it is great. In NZ only boys who are considered a bit weird would do such things. It is ironic that in a country that is supposedly accepting of homosexuality (like NZ) that such behaviour is social suicide whereas in a country that is supposedly (or so I have been told) quite homophobic such behaviour is perfectly acceptable. I don't know if it makes a different that these are country kids or that this is apparently quite a traditional part of Korea. Either way I hope the up-tight Western view of such behaviour never inflitrates here.
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