This collection is about fighting for equality in sexual orientation. Based on the experience in the Korean military and traveling throughout Asian countries, JunHo finds out that Asian societies are predominantly homophobic, especially visible in the military system. He uses repetitive patterns to illustrate the configuration of military look and design, a symbol of the close-mindedness and methodical brainwashing under the conservative regime. Flares, patches, and asymmetry of three looks represent defiance to the authority. What Richard wants to say is that Korean society has to change its view: every human being, regardless of sexual orientation or preference, is equal and has the same rights as others.