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Source:  NextShark

In South Korea, where more than half of Korean men are reported to have paid for sex at least once in their life, prostitution remains rampant.  Sexual services are openly offered in brothels, massage parlors or room salons in places like Miari, one of the largest red-light districts in Seoul.

This is where writer and director Jason Y. Lee, and his brother, producer Edward Lee, speak to young women who offer a glimpse at the shadowy underbelly of South Korea’s sex trade in their documentary “Save My Seoul.”

Read the story at NextShark.

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