KOREA HAS A BIG PROBLEM, AND THE MOLKA SCANDAL HAS NO END IN SIGHT YET
So I don’t know if you were thinking of going to Korea. But if you are, this is a bit of a mood killer. And that’s a massive understatement. There’s this thing with the name Molka. It’s such a problem in Korea that international news agencies are now talking about it. So what is Molka? Well, it’s a lot. Hotels all over Korea have some unwelcome guests that require installation. Oh, and bathroom toilets, too. And yes, we are talking about hidden cameras. Like, a lot of them. So if you’re going to visit Korea, keep this fact in mind. It’s more than a thing. It’s a huge problem.
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MOLKA IS SPYCAMS, BLACKMAIL, REVENGE PORN AND MANY LIVES IN RUIN
But spycams all over hotel rooms and bathrooms will see a lot that people want to keep private. Like, maybe simply their own nudity. But lots of things happen in hotel rooms. And, yes, in bathrooms, too. Sex, affairs, bulimia, disgusting habits, and excretion, too. Not the kinds of things that anyone wants caught on camera. And especially not a video camera. But there’s more to Molka than just spycams. There’s blackmail and, even worse, revenge porn. So consider what that could mean to, well, just about anybody.
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IN SOUTH KOREA PORN IS ILLEGAL, AND CRIMINAL GANGS INSTALLING MOLKA SPYCAMS EVERYWHERE
So what the hell is going on with this Molka in South Korea? Well, guess what’s illegal there? If you guessed porn, you’d be totally right. But the demand to see naked people doing things still has a lot of demand there. So perverts went DIY with the spycams. But the blackmail and revenge porn have opened all sorts of scary doors. Victims whose private moments are available as porn for anyone to see have started committing suicide. And the numbers of those suicides are increasing. And the criminal gangs are cashing in. They’re installing these spycams on what you could only call an industrial scale.
So if you were thinking of visiting Korea, maybe research one of those devices that detects spycams. And take your time being thorough with it.