Look beyond the headlines. What about the many more victims of #MeToo that don't get any headlines because the perpetrators aren't 'newsworthy'? Here is the story of what potential victims in South Korea face after they speak out in public.
Jeong Myeong-seok is the founder of a notorious cult that encourages beautiful female followers to have sex with the messiah (Jeong) to cleanse Original Sin. In a quirky twist of fate, his recent release from 10-year imprisonment coincides with the spreading of the #MeToo campaign in South Korea.
An acclaimed film director was accused of sexual harrassment, by a colleague who used the hashtag #MeToo. The accused apologized and came out publicly as a lesbian, raising eyebrows at the Kevin Spacey-esque move.
S. Korea turned old phone booths into 'safety booths' for citizens, especially women, to escape to. Two years later, the initiative is proving to be a flop.
Two female North Korean defectors discuss their lives in the North Korean military and the prospects of war between North Korea and the U.S.
She must play the "fat and ugly" card to succeed. Worse, she's now under fire for criticizing her trolls. Welcome to South Korean comedy's misogyny machine.
Baek Nam-gi dies; life for female runaways and migrant fisheries workers; excessive subway crackdowns; another earthquake; and calls for nuclear armament.
Government Takes Anti-mask Measure, Debate over Voluntary Military Service, Police Watercannon Hearing and Hanjin Shipping Debacle.