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Women from human rights groups, who were accompanied by police, doubted the effects of this crackdown. They claimed that all the "professional ladies" went into hiding or were taken to safer places by their "employers. Newly revised laws regulating prostitution have recently come into effect.
They also were going to offer medical services to the "ladies of the night. While most closed their doors, only a handful of "meat shops" remained open. The employees were adamant in answering questions from police and human rights workers. They said they were not indebted by their owner. Normally, pimps lend the ladies large sums of money before they hire them as a way of enslaving them.
Pressed for cash, these spendthrift young ladies were easily tempted to swallow the bait in the past. Asked to present ID cards of their employees one owner angrily handed them to police. Police were checking if they hired underage women. The shop was one of the only three shops operating that day, among the hundreds in Yongjugol.
No results were produced from this unprecedented crackdown conducted jointly by nearly 70 officials including policemen, firemen, human rights experts, and medical doctors. Two officials were present from the U. This crackdown was conducted as parts of government's plan to gradually close all red light districts in the nation by the year Meanwhile, whorehouse owners were protesting strongly against the government scheme.
A group of about 70 owners from Seoul, Busan, Paju, and Pyongtaek gathered in Busan in early April, , to discuss ways of dealing with the government's steps. Feeling their property rights infringed they were thinking about appealing their cases to the Constitutional Court. There are a total of shops officially operating in Yongjugol in Pajueup, in Paju City, less than 40 km northwest of Seoul. If unofficial ones are included, the number almost triples, according to a source. Now, Yongjugol is emerging as the nation's most famous red light district with more than registered hookers officially employed in this remote region.