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Prince

Mongering in Korea

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Sup peeps. I find myself in Daegu Korea for a couple weeks. Any one got the 411 on some good spot here. Unfortunately web searches are coming up pretty dry. For those who have lived here before know Koreans are so behind the scenes with there sex life so this could be challenging!!

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They have red light districts but not available to foreigners except in Suwon, Seoul and Busan.

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What is the idea of these" whites forbidden" redlight areas in some portions of Asia?

Is it a racial thing or purely do they as a society feel ashamed by it all ?

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A lot of it has to do with it not growing too large. All it takes is some small thing happening to become and international incident and then it becomes some issue between nations and one believing they have a right to tell another how to operate and so on. They just want to operate without the added attention that they already have that may stop authorities from turning a blind or partially blind eye.

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