Another interesting event organised by the SOAS Korean Social and Environmental Justice Society:
Digital Sexual Violence in South Korea
Monday 24 June 2019, 18:30-20:30
Room S312, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London, United Kingdom
(enter via north door on SOAS campus)
Spy cams in hotel rooms and public toilets, revenge porn, date rape videos, K-pop stars sharing secretly filmed sexual acts in chat rooms – South Korea has a major problem with digital sexual violence. What fuels it? How can it be combatted? How can society protect the privacy and safety of its predominant victims – women?
Youngcho Lee is a Cambridge PHD student and studied Gender, Policies, Inequalities at LSE. She recently organised and moderated the amazing event for our society in March, with founder of the South Korean MeToo movement, Prosecutor Seo Ji Hyun. We are delighted to welcome her back for our final event of the academic year, to speak on this crucial topic.