With the right search words in Korean, it is not difficult to find pictures and videos of women in bathrooms and changing rooms on file-sharing platforms and social networks such as Tumblr and Twitter. Once filmed, molka videos are quickly shared online. Calls for solutions were constant and desperate even before the rallies, as South Korean women woke up to the seriousness of the problem over the past few years. In September, during a search, she stumbled on a video of herself from that December day. Police say the number of "illegal filming" crimes sharply increased between and October 19, PM ET.
Leia. Age: 21.
South Korean women protest against sexism and hidden-camera pornography.
Martha. Age: 27.
South Korean Women Fight Back Against Spy Cams In Public Bathrooms
Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. According to a study by the Korean Women Lawyers Association, only She started a crowdfunding project for the kit, and the response was greater than she had expected.