Lady Gaga's support for gay rights is being protested as the singer kicks off her Born This Way Ball Global Tour in Seoul, South Korea.

Lady Gaga arrived in South Korea on Friday, a week before she takes to the stage at Seoul's Olympic Stadium.

According to the AFP, roughly 300 Christian conservatives are expected at a rally in downtown Seoul on Sunday night to pray for God's intervention against Lady Gaga's show.

“We will pray to God that the concert will not be realized so that homosexuality and pornography will not spread around the world,” said Kang Ju-Hyun, who helms the group Alliance for Sound Culture in Sexuality.

Kang's group last week distributed banners accusing the singer of “spreading unhealthy sexual culture” through “lewd lyrics and performances.”

The show initially received an age rating of 12 and older from government officials, but pressure from conservatives prompted the Korea Media Rating Board to ban anyone under 18 from attending the concert.

The singer is an outspoken advocate of gay rights, including the right to marry for gay and lesbian couples and the right to serve openly in the U.S. military for gay and bisexual troops.

Lady Gaga will also perform in Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan and the Philippines before heading to Europe.