South Korea's biggest sexual abuse and pedophilia scandal in history is getting exposed now

Annubis

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The culture has always been there for men in Korea to have all power over women (dudes burning Irene’s picture for being a feminist, Golden Sun Scandal).
For anyone looking for a more easily digestible format to learn about that side of Korean culture, you could look at this game and its sequel.

 
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Ceerious

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What are the possible sentences in Korea for this?
One of the former Nth room operators, online nickname "Watchman" (yeah I'm not joking,), who distributed more than 9000 videos in the chat room, was arrested and are waiting for his sentencing. The judge suggested a term of three years and six months.
 

언이라브

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One of the former Nth room operators, online nickname "Watchman" (yeah I'm not joking,), who distributed more than 9000 videos in the chat room, was arrested and are waiting for his sentencing. The judge suggested a term of three years and six months.
Yup three years and six months. 3 years and six months. 3 years and fucking six months. Fucking Korea’s legal system is broken.
 

Lt.Chips

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Expose every single one of them, and cut ALL of their dicks and balls off. Even if you are fundamentally against death sentences, surely you can agree to this.
 

Martin

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Apparently one member of the group was threatening an elementary school student, which then a middle schooler found out, pleaded for them to stop and then they raped the middle schooler, filmed it and sent it over.

God these people are fucked up. The culture has always been there for men in Korea to have all power over women (dudes burning Irene’s picture for being a feminist, Golden Sun Scandal). These fuckers need to die or worse.
yep, my girlfriend is from Seoul and that's one reason why she wanted to leave South Korea.
She told me storys about hidden cameras in public bathrooms and other stuff. It is crazy and I couldn't believe it at first!

But this new story is something else... like wtf
 

언이라브

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yep, my girlfriend is from Seoul and that's one reason why she wanted to leave South Korea.
She told me storys about hidden cameras in public bathrooms and other stuff. It is crazy and I couldn't believe it at first!

But this new story is something else... like wtf
Yup the whole 몰카 scandal as well. Females are truly degraded in Korea and it doesn’t help that the first female president was an asshole.
 

mbpm

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One of the former Nth room operators, online nickname "Watchman" (yeah I'm not joking,), who distributed more than 9000 videos in the chat room, was arrested and are waiting for his sentencing. The judge suggested a term of three years and six months.
I expected disappointment but this is something else
 

Kthulhu

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Why is always pedophilia the final frontier for rich and powerful people? Is destroying innocence the ultimate wish when every other wish is satiated? If so, there's no hope for this species.
I think it's less a final frontier and more that the ones that are pedos are harder to stop than someone poor or middle class.
 

언이라브

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Are you Korean? Can you elaborate?
몰카 is a shortened form of MollaeKamera, or Hidden Camera for short. Individuals would hide cameras in public bathrooms or hotels and they would then collect the footage and upload it to websites where they would receive forms of payment. To this day this is still prevalent and happening.

The female president Park Geunhye was impeached because of corruption and her involvement in her trying to hide bits and pieces of the Sewol Ferry Incident, one in which killed up to 300 students.

Not Korean but fluent in the language and heavily involved in its entertainment portion for the past twelve years. This has leaked through to celebrities who are seeking justice and are now posting on IG about the group to spread awareness.
 
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This is fucking disgusting. Every single person who was involved in this needs to be disassociated with society by any means necessary. It's sickening.
 

IHaveIce

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One of the former Nth room operators, online nickname "Watchman" (yeah I'm not joking,), who distributed more than 9000 videos in the chat room, was arrested and are waiting for his sentencing. The judge suggested a term of three years and six months.
Wtf that is insane.. I didn't know about the social structure in South Korea but this all sounds horrible
 

언이라브

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This is fucking disgusting. Every single person who was involved in this needs to be disassociated with society by any means necessary. It's sickening.
Not gonna happen in Korea. Golden Sun scandal was basically in the same vein albeit no child pornography, just hidden porn. Many celebrities got away with the whole scandal, no slap on the wrist whilst the scapegoats only got 4-6 years in jail with chance for parole.


Wtf that is insane.. I didn't know about the social structure in South Korea but this all sounds horrible
It’s horrendous to women. There’s still an anti feminist movement going on and it’s huge.
 

Kthulhu

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The Korea Herald said the Cho case proved the need to strengthen penalties for sexual crimes. Currently, those found in possession of abusive images of children receive a year in prison or a fine of 20m won – a penalty the newspaper described as a “slap on the wrist”
That's so fucked. $16,000 USD or a year in prison is way too low.
 

Martin

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몰카 is a shortened form of MollaeKamera, or Hidden Camera for short. Individuals would hide cameras in public bathrooms or hotels and they would then collect the footage and upload it to websites where they would receive forms of payment. To this day this is still prevalent and happening.
She also told me that one of her friends pictures got uploaded by non other than that girls own boyfriend.
 
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Not gonna happen in Korea. Golden Sun scandal was basically in the same vein albeit no child pornography, just hidden porn. Many celebrities got away with the whole scandal, no slap on the wrist whilst the scapegoats only got 4-6 years in jail with chance for parole.



It’s horrendous to women. There’s still an anti feminist movement going on and it’s huge.
God this is sad to hear :(
 

Betelgeuse

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It's almost as if there's a global ring of pedophiles involving the highest of elites in government, finance, and entertainment.

Turns out you can only dismiss something as a conspiracy theory so many times before you have to face the brutal reality of the situation.
 

Jiminy

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Why is always pedophilia the final frontier for rich and powerful people? Is destroying innocence the ultimate wish when every other wish is satiated? If so, there's no hope for this species.
I reckon that overlap usually accounts for sociopaths, who can get into positions of power with great ease. Sociopathy as in they essentially don't see other people as people... but kind of figurants. They can't conceive of other minds or existences. Others are automatons who cause risk. They need to push other people, to see how far they can go. Always needing to push forward sexual needs etc or whatever... then bring in the power/control thing...

That's not too say all sociopaths are sexual deviants, but that they won't see moral/ethical lines in the same way.
 

Jiminy

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I don't mean to stifle the fight against it.

But jeez, it's so depressing that it automatically ruins your mood.
Oh, of course. I'm just saying the sentiment is why when a story really hits big it's extra heavy going... Nobody is prepared for it
Hmm other scandals have made some noise - hidden cameras, k-pop exploitation.
Plus (on the judiciary level) eventual international ramifications.
Sorry, I meant peadophilia in the west in general, as in huge CP rings in the west have flown under the radar for a long time. I think that poster was saying this isn't the case, that they'd be exposed in the west.
 

SecondNature

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Ive always wondered about this— arent services like telegram and discord inherently private? There must be tons of channels like this. They dont even have to be this large. How come these companies dont do more
 

sibarraz

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I thought that the internet for this kind of thing was more watched by the cops, I could understand a way more smaller group managing to go unnoticed, but how could a 250k chat room could get that big without no one noticing?

Also, are the 250k members already identified? if so, I hope that South Korea has a lot of space in their jails
 
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Ive always wondered about this— arent services like telegram and discord inherently private? There must be tons of channels like this. They dont even have to be this large. How come these companies dont do more
I mean the reason why the software became so popular is because of the open source and security aspect. Those people will just end up going to other ones like Signal. It's a tough position, they would have to secretly have a backdoor to get access to peoples data to help combat this
 

Fubuki

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Yup three years and six months. 3 years and six months. 3 years and fucking six months. Fucking Korea’s legal system is broken.
I don't think it is something happened alone in S. Korea. Every country legal systems are so outdated. But yea, these people are broken beyond repair and even life sentence is too light for them.
 

GamerJM

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This is horrible and despicable, but uh, why are the last two images in that first tweet in Japanese
 

SushiReese

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So nearly 1% of male population of South Korea are possibly involved in this scandal? What in the world...
 
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Ceerious

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So... will all the members be arrested? What is being done?
One of the main offenders, nickname "Doctor", was arrested and forced by the police to make a public apology.
South Korea president Moon Jae-in promised to crack down hard on this case.
Nobody knows what exactly are going to happen, it'll be a long and hard battle.

This is horrible and despicable, but uh, why are the last two images in that first tweet in Japanese
To help spearing the news in other east asian regional.

So nearly 1% of male population of South Korea are possibly involved in this scandal? What in the world...
Yeah, maybe not all the members are Korea males, but still, this data caused massive fear and depression among Korea women.
 
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Sulik2

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The quicker humanity kills itself off the better. We don't deserve to exist. Just fuck. As if I needed to read more bad news right now.