The debut single of South Korea's first openly gay K-Pop, Holland, star has gone viral, a rare win for LGBT rights in the conservative nation.
The 21-year-old made his debut earlier this year with a song in which he talks about the discrimination he faces because of his sexuality.
In the ballad, titled "Neverland," Holland talks about escaping to a place where he can be who he is and love anyone he wants.
It includes the lyrics: "Take my hand out the window, look at the rainbow and then fly, I could be your love."
Check out the music video, which currently has over eight million views, below.