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The Korean people are welcoming to new foreign visitors, the diet is immeasurably better than its Western counterpart, and the economic benefits are rewarding. However, there is one aspect of Korean culture that I found particularly perplexing, and that is the rampant sex trade and its position as juxtaposed with traditional Korean values. Only last week I walked into one of the largest International Hotels here in order to visit the Sauna.
Upon leaving I saw a dimly lit room innocently labeled "Sports massage," and decided to take a look. With a welcoming grin and a string of broken English I was offered sex at , Won from an older lady who clearly served as the hostess. With a wedding ring buzzing on my finger, I swiftly walked out with a polite, but embarrassingly strained "No thank you. Of course, a quick glance through downtown Changwon after 6 p. Yet, to witness the flagrant presence of such prostitution in a large international hotel was quite staggering.
How bizarre that the management could maintain such a service while children played with their toy trains and businesses went about their conferences at 10 a. Then, upon flying out of an airport in Seoul two weeks ago I was confounded by the same sign in a provocative hazy window, conveniently located above the departure lounge. Presumably enduring the delays of International air travel is just too tedious for many men. A prostitution industry exists in England and North America too, although you could rarely find it in large expensive hotels or airports.
Prostitution in Korea seems to be ingrained in the very fabric of unspoken society. Perhaps this would be more understandable in the West, where liberal attitudes regarding sex are more widespread, but strange and almost paradoxical in Korea; the people here are generally united in a sense of conservative values with a strong sense of familial obligations and responsibilities.
My middle school children will happily observe a deathly silence rather than discuss topics pertinent to Korean society like rising divorce rates or extra- marital affairs. This reluctance clearly reflects deeply embedded notions of an organic and pure family.