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Source: Youjin Do/Korea Exposé

Thousands Of Korean Women Take To The Streets To Protest Disturbing Spycam Porn Epidemic

By B. Miller

On June 9, approximately 22,000 South Korean women gathered to protest "spycam porn". These women, along with the thousands of others who did not join the protest, are victims of being photographed and recorded without their consent by small spy cameras, also called molka. Molka can be found hidden nearly anywhere, from cigarette boxes and water bottles to bathrooms and subways. 

This peeping-tom epidemic is not a new problem. In fact, a 2016 report told of women taking it upon themselves to check public bathrooms for hidden cameras. Further, sharing of these video amongst peers has become a sick sort of pastime for these voyeurs. 

These photos show some of the ways these men hide molka.

People are horrified.