As we mentioned earlier, Seoul education chief-elect Moon Yong-lin wants to change the student human rights ordinance promulgated by Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education earlier this year.

As you can see from the photo used in the link, one of the beefs conservatives have had with the ordinance is that it includes provisions to protect the rights of homosexual students. In his televised debate with left-wing candidate Lee Su-ho—former head of the Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union—on Dec 6, Moon said about these provisions, “Schools need to teach that (homosexuality) mustn’t take place in schools; they mustn’t teach that you have the right (to be homosexual).”

Well, that’s frank.