The pandemic of hidden camera recordings in South Korea hit another fever pitch this week outside of the current scandal with Korean entertainers doing hidden camera recordings personally. Two men have been arrested and charged with planting hidden cameras in over 30 motel rooms and live streaming over 1600 motel guests over the course of the past three months having sex. The hidden cameras were planted in hair dryer stands, plugged up electronic sockets, and even TV satellite boxes. They set up a website where viewers can pay a subscription fee and log on to watch unsuspecting motel guests having sex in the privacy of their motel rooms.
The issue of hidden camera (molka) recordings have been plaguing women in South Korea for the past few years, to the point that the Seoul government launched a crackdown and is doing periodic sweeps of all toilets in the city as pervs often hide it there to capture under skirt videos and images of women using the bathroom. There is a huge protest that happened last week and it’s just so frustrating that South Korean men seem to be addicted to doing this nasty shit. All women living and traveling to South Korea is encouraged to always look around bathrooms and now hotel/motel rooms for hidden cameras to protect oneself.