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Dozens of former prostitutes brought a lawsuit to press the government to admit that it had played a hand in creating and managing a vast network of prostitution in camp towns , called gijichon, where poor Korean women worked in bars and brothels frequented by American troops.
In the ruling by a three-judge panel of the Central District Court in Seoul, the women did not win that admission or the apology they sought. The plaintiffs had encouraged that comparison, arguing that it was hypocritical for South Korea to condemn Japan for its historical wrongdoings while not acknowledging its own role in ensuring that foreign soldiers had access to Korean prostitutes.
When I ran away, they caught and beat me, raising my debt. The Justice Ministry, which represented the government in the lawsuit, did not immediately react to the ruling on Friday.
In the destitute years after the Korean War of , the dollars that prostitutes in the camp towns earned were a valued source of hard currency in South Korea. At the same time, the women said, the health authorities cracked down on prostitutes who tested positive for sexually transmitted diseases, less out of concern for the women than to protect American soldiers. Scholars who have studied the issue have said that the South Korean government was motivated in part by fear that the American military, stationed in the country to provide a defense against North Korea, would leave.
The American military became involved in attempts to regulate the sex trade to minimize the spread of disease among soldiers, those scholars said. The United States military command in Seoul has said that it did not condone or support prostitution or human trafficking.