A recent South Korean poll showed young South Korean respondents are increasingly open-minded about the rights of sexual minorities and their favorable attitudes toward the LGBT community have doubled from 2010 to 2014.

The trend, according to South Korea’s Gay-Pride-Korea-4, showed South Korea is moving toward consolidating its democratic and liberal values.

Of those in their twenties, 47.4 percent polled said they were open-minded about homosexuality, a near-doubling, in percentage terms, from the 26.7 percent who responded similarly in 2010. READ FULL