South Korea's first openly gay K-pop singer, Holland, recently made headlines by releasing a music video for his debut single "Neverland" that features a rare romantic kiss scene between two men.

The video, which depicts romance between two men, a subject that is still considered taboo in South Korea, has already received 2.5 million views on YouTube. The song discusses the discrimination LQBTQ people often face, and expresses the artist's desire to be in a place where he is able to freely love who he chooses. 

The kiss between the two men has earned the video a 19+ rating in South Korean, but the response has been largely positive from fans. 


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