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International Women's Day 2018

International Women's Day 2018

March 8 is internationally known as Women’s Day throughout the world, which commemorates the movement for women’s rights. This day, suggested in 1910 during the International Socialist Woman's Conference and officially adopted in 1975 by the United Nations, continually grows stronger every year. Each year, the United Nations delegates a theme which capitalizes on issues in women's rights based on the current circumstances of society. The theme for International Women's Day 2018 was chosen as 'Time is Now: Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s Lives'. 

South Korean women mark International Women’s Day. Photograph: YONHAP/EPA

One of the most powerful movements seen has been the hashtag of #MeToo. This movement spread virally in October 2017 on social media to help demonstrate the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace. Specifically in South Korea’s society today, chants of #MeToo have been heard far and wide, demanding not only for prosecution of sexual harassment, but also better workplace rights and equal pay.

In honor of International Women’s Day, we want to recognize women who have made a contribution to our brand and continually support us today. Through their hard work in each of their respective fields, they have led the way to inspire other women to excel in their own passions and pave the way to equal rights for all. Thank you for all your hard work!

Sora Gil (@soragil_lineart)

 Sora Gil is a talented artist based in Seoul, South Korea. In 2014, she debuted her work at the WHO? Gallery in Opium Studio located in Shinchon, Seoul. She is most known for her talented renditions of line art, a unique form of art that uses strong and sharp, yet detailed and delicate lines to create a dynamic impression that the art is moving.

Sori Na (@sorinaxx)

Sori Na, one of the instructors for the renowned dance studio 1 Million Dance Studio in Seoul, South Korea, is a dancer and choreographer well received not only in Korea, but also in the U.S.

Lia Kim (@liakimhappy)

 Lia Kim is a professional dancer and choreographer from South Korea. Specializing in pop and hip-hop dance, she teaches numerous students around the world as the head choreographer of the renowned 1Million Dance Studio located in Gangnam, Seoul.

Jinjoo Lee (@jinjootheguitargirl)

Jinjoo Lee is a professional musician and guitarist from South Korea. Currently the lead guitarist for the band DNCE with Joe Jonas, Cole Whittle, and Jack Lawless, Jinjoo worked with many other famous celebrities like CeeLo Greene, Charli XCX, and Ciara.

Although not all of our collaboration items are still up for sale, we want to appreciate the artistry these women have created with us here at Korelimited. Items that are up for sale at the moment can be found here and here! Show these ladies some love by rocking their designs not just on International Women's Day, but everyday as well!

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