Prostitution in South Korea
Prostitution in South Korea is illegal, but according to The Korea Women's Development Institute, the sex trade in Korea was estimated to amount to 14 trillion South Korean won ($13 billion) in 2007, ...
Human rights in South Korea
Human rights in South Korea have evolved significantly from the days of military dictatorship and reflects the state's current status as a constitutional democracy. Citizens regularly choose the Presi...
Women in South Korea
Women in South Korea have experienced great social change in recent years following the miracle on the Han River, and especially women’s social status improvement over the last 30 years, it was shown ...
Ministry of Gender Equality and Family
The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (여성가족부;女性家族部; also abbreviated as MOGEF) or the Ministry of Gender Equality (여성부, 女性部) is a cabinet-level division of the government of South Korea. It was c...
Ministry of Gender Equality and Family - Wikipedia
Yong Ju Gol
Yong Ju Gol (also spelled Yongjugol, Yongju-gol, and Yongju-Gol) is a red-light district in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Yong Ju Gol began as a village that came into being during the Korean ...
Kolleen Park
Kolleen Park (also known as Bak Kallin and Park Youngmi), is an American born South Korean musical director, conductor, and actress, and is also a judge on the Korean talent show Korea's Got Talent.
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My Forsaken Star
My Forsaken Star or My Star in What Sky are English names used to refer to the Korean-language autobiography of Annie Park. The book's English subtitle was "Question Forever".Park, the Eurasian daught...
Cheongnyangni 588
Cheongnyangni 588 is a red light district in Seoul, South Korea near Cheongnyangni station. Cheongnyangni is often referred to as "Oh Pal Pal", meaning "five eight eight" in Korean due to a bus which ...
Human trafficking
Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of sexual slavery, forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others. This may encompass providing a s...
Human trafficking - Wikipedia
Itaewon
Itaewon (Korean: 이태원, 梨泰院, [itʰɛwʌn]) is a dong, in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is served by Seoul Subway Line 6 via Itaewon, Noksapyeong and Hanganjin stations. About 22,000 people reside in t...
Itaewon - Wikipedia
Jagalmadang
Jagalmadang is a red-light district located in Daegu, South Korea. Situated in the Dalseong-dong district of Daegu's Jung-gu district, it first emerged in the 1910s in the early period of Japanese ru...
Gay rights in South Korea
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in South Korea face legal challenges and discrimination not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Male and female same-sex sexual activity is legal i...
Ticket Dabang
Ticket Dabang (티켓 다방) is a variant of a dabang, where the delivery woman travels directly to the client and then provides a sexual service upon arrival.
Freedom of religion in South Korea
Freedom of religion in South Korea is provided for in the South Korean constitution. The South Korean government has generally respected this right in practice, although it provides no exemption or al...
Freedom of religion in South Korea - Wikipedia
Miari
Miaris / Miari is a Greek surname (roots from Corfu).
Mia-ri, is one of largest red-light district in Seoul, South Korea. It is located in the Wolgok-dong area at Gireum Station. Officially illega...