-In January 2018, he premiered as Korea's first openly gay pop star and debuted "Neverland" which reached Top 5 of Billboard's World Digital Sales chart. His songs "I'm Not Afraid" and "I'm So Afraid" also talked about his experiences as a young gay man in Korea.
-Is an independent artist & raised more than 80,000 dollars for his debut mini album on Kickstarter, & wants to work with Troye Sivan & Ariana Grande.
-"I'm not afraid anymore, but I thought it should be my first priority to talk about the anxiety I felt [coming out], to communicate with my fans and to talk to them. It was one of the stories I needed to share with them."
-While doing an interview with Rolling Stone India, he noted that many people are struggling for human rights. In India up until recently, being in a relationship that was homosexual was punishable, and it's something he thought wouldn't occur in the 21st century.
-Would want to one day walk with his loved one down the street and acknowledges his role in Korea as a part of the LGBTQ community, and wants to show the public to know that every member of the LGBTQ+ community is different.
-Wants to learn more about the queer community at large, because he has friends and fans who are are gay, asexual and trans.
-Retweeted BTS UN speech and says that he has a lot of friends who have lost confidence because of their sexual identity and sexual orientation, and that he worries about how it'll affect the kids.
-"I think that any person who knows how to love oneself that's the most wonderful thing. Then, no matter how he or she looks, everyone will respect then. I think having this attitude in life is really important. So don't doubt yourself. Don't worry, because you are so beautiful just the way you are."
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