Posted by Yaki-Jones Saturday, December 11, 2021

A streamer from former reality series 'Fake Men' makes controversial remark that 35% of Korean women are prostitutes


A game streamer from the former reality series 'Fake Men' claimed that 35% of Korean women are prostitutes. 

'Fake Men' is a former reality series on YouTube which was loosely based on another reality series 'Real Men'. In this series, various celebrities and TV personalities were invited to take on the MUSAT training program, enduring intense physical tests and examinations. 

A Croatian American gamer Gabriel, who was the number 4 trainee on the first season of 'Fake Men', recently came under fire after writing a comment claiming 35% of Korean women are prostitutes on Reddit.  

Some of the comments he made include, "35% of Korean women have sold their body in their life and 80% of Korean women had plastic surgery.", "Korea, for example, great economy. But socially still in the stone age.", "Casual prostitution is so frequent in eastern Asia, that it's a part of normal life."

What do you think?

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T_Jazz10,690 pts Saturday, December 11, 2021 26
Saturday, December 11, 2021

Well, prostitution only became illegal in S.K. in 2004.

And until Burning Sun, hostess bars were still the norm.

After doing that, what kind of life and profession could those people experience realistically, especially women? And what about their offspring: Ostracism and a servile expectation.

Be real. Think about it.

Just a few days ago, a female entertainer was being called out on the suspicion that she has a chaebol sponsor. Some old rich dude ensured she received quality care and treatment in work settings. In my eyes, they have a relationship including a business one. But in S.K. society, she's being called what?

And what about the women intentionally getting pregnant to force a marriage?

In SK, all of these types of businesses have a dirty connotation: Hostess Bars, dance clubs, massage parlors,...

While his number could be exaggerated, there is a bit of truth in his claim.


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SICA.love2,250 pts Saturday, December 11, 2021 17
Saturday, December 11, 2021

Just another guy who thinks he's smart on reddit. He makes up numbers for prostitution and then say it can't be measured? Backing up his opinions on SK by saying its common in Eastern Asia is silly. No consistency or importance to his words. I hope he's still not in SK, he's about to get cancelled to oblivion.


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