Ok so this is supposed to be educational on the type of things woman in Korea have to put up with. These movements are all ones I take part in and I just wanted to explain molka to you
Molka: cameras installed in places to capture people in vulnerable states and these are sold or shared online without the consent of those being filmed. It is mostly women who are filmed and mostly men who use the videos. There may be cameras in places like public restrooms, hotels, and hospitals. Laws remain too vague to say if these videos are illegal or not. Usually there is no punishment unless the footage is of children (child p*orn) or if there is actual violence.
Hyehwa Protests: A male art model was photographed walking around naked and a female student posted it online, wanting to call him out. She got taken to court by the model and she got fined and jailed under the same laws that were not being applied to the molka cases. The laws supposed to protect us put a woman in jail. 12 thousand woman, myself included, took to the streets in protest to this.
Taking off the corset: a movement right now where lots of women are 'taking off the corset' by refusing long hair, makeup, feminine clothes and sometimes going as far as refusing man x woman relationships, children and marriage.