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#MeToo march on International Women’s Day


“Let’s make the world without violence with strength of Women."



Seoul YWCA and nationwide of YWCA of Korea members gathered in front of YWCA building and chanted “#MeToo” and “#WithYou” in an International Women’s Day rally.

They marched the rally from YWCA Korea building through Central Street of Myeongdong, to show public solidarity and to support #Me Too movement, eradicate the sexual violence.

YWCA members marched wore in black with purple scarf and carried the sign of MeToo on the left hand, White rose on the right hand.

“We declare that we are not going to be silent about violence to all women, to eradicate violence around the society and to change the awareness of sexual discrimination.”

“We, Women are no longer to be silent about every single of sexual harassment, and the society which accepts this for granted.”


“It is not your fault” “#WithYou, #MeToo”
“We don’t need your empty talk, Make up some safety plan”
“We can’t believe their apology, Let the law punish them.”

Pedestrians also participated by taking a picture of rally and several reporters collected news from the site.



The March ended with putting roses in front of #MeToo poster by participants.
All YWCA of Korea, including Seoul YWCA are going to support #MeToo movement from the bottom of the heart and to take the initiative in activities for elimination of Sexual violence.

“YWCA resists on the patriarchal culture that treats sexual problems as a social custom and also take women as a sex object.”

“Let the law punish sexual abuse criminal right away.”

“The government should prepare the radical measure to exterminate the sexual problem.”


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