S2 E1: 'My Life Isn’t Your Porn'—A Summer of Protest for South Korean Women

Jul 04, 12:00 PM

This summer, South Korea's spycam 'molka' culture is bringing tens of thousands of women together in Seoul's Daehakro neighborhood for the largest recorded women’s protests in South Korean history.   

On the first episode of a new season of ké cast, Korea Exposé managing editor Haeryun Kang (@Haekoko) joins host Andre Goulet (@andremarrgoulet) to discuss why the women are so concerned, why spycam porn is difficult to regulate and what to expect from this movement in the future.

Read Haeryun's piece 'My Life Isn't Your Porn: Why South Korean Women Protest': https://www.koreaexpose.com/south-koreas-biggest-womens-protest-in-history-is-against-spycam-porn/   

For more ké cast, go to koreaexpose.com.

This conversation was recorded on June 26th, 2018.