K-pop artists have continued to use their platform to spread the messages of the Black Lives Matter movement.
With a number of artists already having donated and shared their support, from GOT7's Mark to DAY6's Jae and Jay Park, many more are sharing the message and informing their fanbases.
Red Velvet's Yeri shared a photo from the movement to her Instagram.
NCT's Johnny posted a black square to his Instagram with the message: "Please let everyone be safe. I see you. I care for you. #blacklivesmatter".
B.A.P's Zelo has been posting in Korean and English to inform his audience.
Epik High's Tablo encouraged his followers to take action in his tweets
2NE1's CL linked fans to sign a petition
R&B artist Dean posted about the Black Lives Matter protests in LA
All active members of MOMOLAND have posted about justice for George Floyd.
KARD's Jiwoo has shared a Korean cartoon that explains the movement. Other Korean artists including Simon Dominic have shared this cartoon which is becoming popular online for informing Korean speakers about justice for George Floyd.
VIXX's Ravi posted on his Instagram in support of Black Lives Matter with an image of George Floyd
Rapper Jessi has spoken out about racial injustice and police brutality in Instagram posts
Eric Nam encouraged people to sign petitions and raise their voices
2NE1's Minzy has shared messages of support and links to resources
DPR Live has continued to speak out by sharing resources in both Korean and English via his social media platforms.
Kim Samuel has posted to both his TikTok and Instagram telling them to spread the word
Solo artist Lee Hi also posted a message of solidarity to her Instagram stories
Korean R&B singer Zion.T posted a message to his Instagram stories explaining that the issue may seem far away but isn't.
R&B singer Colde shared protestor images to his Instagram stories with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter
BTOB's Peniel has shared footage from Killer Mike's speech and links to petitions
A number of other artists including Kevin Woo, INFINITE's Hoya, Jamie Park, Ladies' Code's Ashley, EXID's LE and 2AM's Jo Kwon have shared images to show their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
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