To stand up against discrimination, a group of gay men gather in downtown Seoul to sing in South Korea's only amateur gay choir.
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Weekends. The story of a gay choir in Korea
The filmmaker Dong-ha Lee had friends kept secret for more than 10 years, but later decided to make their voice be heard: "we are a gay choir and are happy".
Lee wanted to document the consistent challenges of G-Voice, the gay choir depicted in the film, and the prejudices widespread in today's Korean society. Through this film, he delivers not only suffering but also joy of his friend's journey!