Recently, news reports of Korean & foreign women being raped or murdered have thrust South Korea into the international spotlight. But, another crime affecting females (that also affects males to a lesser extent) is sex trafficking. Korea FM recently spoke with Taina Bien-Aimé, executive director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, & James Pond, global director of survivor care for Hope For Justice, to learn more about South Korea’s E-6 visa program that is used to lure young women as hotel or entertainment employees before being pressured or forced into sex work.
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