The Sex Industry in Korea Archive

South Korean sex workers fight to decriminalize prostitution

Although South Korea is home to a massive sex industry that is estimated to generate billions of US dollars annually the sale of sex remains technically illegal. A sort of strange and uneasy balance exists where shops are occasionally raided for violating the law while full service massage parlors and well-known red light districts filled

The best Korean adult videos are made in Japan

Back in May this website published a post explaining why there is no pornography in South Korea. That piece went through the history of sex movies and their censorship in the land of the morning calm. Of course things don’t end there. There are tens of millions of Korean people around the world and 10

Korean prostitutes travel to Japan in search of work

South Korea has been a hotbed for prostitution for many years. There were over 260,000 prostitutes in Korea in 2003. Those numbers started dwindling sharply when the Korean government passed their strict anti-prostitution laws in 2004 that resulted in hundreds of sex shops being forced to close their doors. The law, that is still intact

South Korean prostitution ring busted in Macau

Macau, along with Hong Kong, is a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China. It is famous for being the world’s largest gambling center as well as one of the world’s richest cities. A city like this is likely to draw all types of shady characters to take advantage of the bustling economy

Why there’s no porn in South Korea

The main reason that there is little to no pornography in South Korea is that the South Korean government believes that easily accessible internet is one of the major causes of sex crimes. There have been some major moves that the South Korean government has made in the past few years in an effort to