About us

Who are we?

Giny Woo, Founder/Volunteer

Giny Woo, Founder/Volunteer

We are a group of volunteer campaigners who oppose dog and cat consumption in South Korea. We aim to end this cruel practice by vigorously campaigning and raising awareness worldwide. We are not a registered charity or a formal organization, nor are we affiliated with one. We are heartbroken by how Man’s best friends are being treated in South Korea. Ending the horrible practice of dog and cat meat consumption is such an uphill struggle that we believe this cannot be accomplished by the activists in South Korea alone. That’s why we campaign in every way we can to bring the world’s attention to this important and very urgent issue. We want people all over the world to get involved and take meaningful action to help bring this cruel practice to an end.
👉 Click HERE to read a message from Giny.

We depend on our volunteers in every capacity – translating to different languages to bring awareness to the world, editing, distributing leaflets at events, sharing our work on social media, and much more. We want to thank our many supporters worldwide who follow our campaigns and diligently take action to speak out through their petition signatures, letters, and phone calls to help the Korean dogs and cats.

We would also like to thank every one of the activists in South Korea for their courage, compassion, perseverance, and dedication to ending the dog meat trade. You fearlessly speak out against this terrible cruelty at the risk of your safety, and we have enormous respect for all you do. Thank you! We stand in solidarity with you!

The dog meat industry is cruel and barbaric, where dogs suffer their whole lives. It is a shameful betrayal of animals who see humans as their guardians and companions and must be stopped. – Giny Woo, KoreanDogs.org.

UPDATE 1/9/2024: South Korea passed a bill to end consumption of dog meat. “Special Bill to end the breeding, slaughter, and distribution of dogs for consumption and dog meat consumption” was passed by South Korea’s National Assembly on January 9, 2024, and mandates a 3-year grace period for all operations to cease. Click HERE to learn more.

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