Korean Diplomat Accused of Sexually Assaulting New Zealand Man Faces Renewed Charges at Home
By Raphael Rashid
The resumption of the case in South Korea will put justice against politics, diplomacy, and societal attitudes toward sexual violence.
South Korea’s Constant Struggle With Digital Sex Crimes
By Jason Bartlett
Weak legal mechanisms to punish sex offenders who use digital means, like cameras, contributes to the repetition of familiar and troubling crimes.
South Korean Female Sergeant’s Death Highlight Military’s Problem With Sexual Assault
By Mitch Shin
The Ministry of National Defense promised a thorough investigation into the case, but critics say it’s too little, too late.
Will South Korea Finally Have Its Reckoning on Sex Crimes?
By Jenna Gibson
Three major back-to-back incidents have brought the issue of sexual harassment and assault to a head once again.
South Korean Police Question 2 K-Pop Stars in Sex Scandals
By Hyung-Jin Kim
The #MeToo movement takes hold in South Korea's famed music industry.
More Sexual Abuse Claims Rock South Korean Skating
By Kim Tong-Hyung
The #MeToo movement has reached South Korea's elite sports scene.