QIS(Queer In SNU; /kyuiz/) is a club for sexual minorities in Seoul National University. It began as an activists group for human rights, Maum001, kept changing its name as Maum003 - Maum006 - Maum005 along with the change in circumstances of the university and the society, and newly set its goal and direction in 2004, becoming what it is called today.
QIS aims to function as a space for people feeling discomfort in the society where cisgenderism and heterosexuality are coerced, so that they can gather together and share experiences and everyday lives with one another. It is primarily for the lives filled with more joy and freedom, and further for the potential embedded in the shared experiences and words. People of not only different gender identities and sexual orientations but also of different ages and studies are present in QIS.
QIS periodically issues an independent university magazine Queer, Fly and holds seminars for people who newly joined the club every semester. Apart from these, QIS runs various activities in the university such as exhibitions or campaigns, and helps club members to hold academic seminars or group activities for shared hobbies and interests themselves. QIS constantly delivers its voice to public issues, and is actively participating in the joint movement with queer clubs in other universities.