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Experts in Korea say that traditional red-light storefronts are closing, but that prostitution is now being marketed through coffee shops, massage parlors, the Internet and cell phones. South Korea, prostitution, human trafficking, American servicemembers.
A Fox News affiliate reported that U. Four years later, some effects of the awareness and legal campaign are clear: South Korea rewrote its own laws to punish the pimp and the customer, not just the prostitute, and the government is spending money on shelters and education programs for former prostitutes. They have been coming up with creative marketing. While buying sex in South Korea is illegal, the law fails to define many acts outside of traditional male-female sexual intercourse, and many in the sex trade here are exploiting that loophole, Goh said.
And as the more traditional red-light fronts close, more and more sex is being sold at massage parlors and coffee houses that front as legitimate businesses. Sex also is being sold through cell phones, as spam messages that urge the cell phone owner to call back right away. Goh said he thinks South Korea is becoming more aware of the problem and that public sentiment is changing from viewing prostitution as acceptable to perceiving it as a social evil.
Still, foreign women come to the country on special entertainment visas, and even now some local advocacy groups are working to stop South Korean women from being trafficked to other countries, he said. And women still linger on Hooker Hill, an alleyway one block off the main shopping and tourist section of Seoul called Itaewon, near Yongsan Garrison.
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