Age restrictions on dating
So, if Matt doesn’t read this post for himself first, then I’ll contact him for help with that source from the Korean police (I’ve given up trying to navigate their various sites), and besides which would be very grateful for his input.As I type this however, I’ve had my long-suffering wife looking on her computer for more Korean sources (her Korean is rather better than mine!However, having sex with minors aged 13 or older, which does not involve financial deals, is not punishable if the minor consents.In Korea, a person is not guilty of any crime for having sex with a minor aged 13 and over unless it is paid for or forced.
Creating an account for a child U13, using a false date of birth, circumvents the Federal law intended to protect your child. The social networks, and all the information your child provides it, are completely out of your control.
), it still took a great deal of time and effort to explain what the concept was.
Not to imply that they’re stupid and/or ignorant of course, but that Korean adults needed an explanation is surely indicative of how alien the notion of teenage sexuality is here (or at least public discussion of it).
Turning to an online dictionary next then, I found 성관계 승낙 연령 (sexual relationship consent age) instead, with the explanation 합법적으로 성관계를 승낙할 수 있는 연령 (legally sexual relationship can consent to age).
Paste it into Korean search engines, and you do get instead, who has written a great deal about teenage prostitution.But first, the catalyst was this post at , a popular K-pop site.