"In South Korea, spycam *********** is a genre unto itself — it’s easily accessible on **** websites, showing unknowing women in public spaces, motels, and even homes."
On 9th June approximately 22,000 women gathered in Hyehwa, Seoul and demonstrated against 'Molka'. Whilst the eyes of the world focus on the upcoming Trump-Kim summit in Singapore, the demonstration was called the biggest women's rally in South Korea.
This isn't the first such protest as it comes on the back of the organisers first march which attracted a reported 12,000 women at the same station on 19th May.
The South Korean government has Spy Cam teams searching public transport and there are private companies that specialises in finding and taking down spy cam **** however many believe that ****** harassment is deeply rooted in South Korean society and should be addressed by the government.
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