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The capital city of South Korea is home to over 10 million people and more than 25 million in the greater metropolitan area. Seoul is one of the top five economically powerful cities and is a bustling metropolis of culture, commerce, entertainment and tourism. In this guide, we take a look at the adult industry in Seoul and the various ways you can find entertainment around the city. Prostitution in Korea is illegal, and the country has been trying to clean up the face of the sex industry since it passed special laws on the trade in The enactment of the law was an unpopular one which led to largescale protests from the prostitution community.
Despite various operations to clamp down on sex tourism and prostitution, enforcement of the law is lax and it is still easy to find a service in Seoul. Due to the amount of money being traded, the sale of sexual services is largely tolerated with corruption reportedly contributing to the virtually free-trade.
Estimates as to the numbers of women working in the industry in the capital are varied with some placing the figure at around , but many believing this to be significantly higher. There is a culture of men paying a prostitute in order to lose their virginity.
Many women work as escorts while others provide sexual services in one of the range of adult orientated venues such as kiss bangs, juicy bars and room salons. The majority of women working in these establishments are Korean though there are also a high number of Russian sex workers in Seoul. This is largely due to the fascination that Korean men have with blondes.
You can also expect to find a large number of Chinese and Filipino women working in Seoul. This is as much to do with a stigma over infection risk as it has to do with the perception of the size of western dicks. Though Seoul has a couple of red-light districts, the face of street prostitution as in many countries has been shifting over the last decade.