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Hundreds more “Bacchus ladies” are believed to operate across the country.Prostitution is illegal in South Korea, and traditional red-light zones have been disappearing as urban redevelopment projects encroach on old neighborhoods.In late 2013 and early 2014, the number of “Bacchus ladies” peaked at about 300 to 400 in the Jongno neighborhood alone, according to Lee Hosun, a professor at Korea Soongsil Cyber University in Seoul who has interviewed dozens of the women.Now, after the police raid, there are roughly 200, many in their 60s and 70s, Lee said, with about 20 women regularly in the Piccadilly plaza area.For centuries, elder sons took their parents into their homes and cared for them until they died.But as the country modernized, younger generations moved to cities for jobs and school, leaving many parents behind in the countryside.The interview occurred hours before Trump said at a jovial photo-op with military brass that the gathering could represent 'the calm before the storm.'Friday afternoon, during an event with American manufacturers, Trump was pressed to explain what he meant. On Saturday evening, the president insisted there was 'nothing to clarify' as he left the White House on his way to Greensboro for a Republican National Committee fundraiser.
SEOUL, South Korea — As about a dozen elderly men loiter in a small plaza near a cinema, mostly chatting or watching people pass by, several deeply wrinkled women stroll among them, trolling for customers willing to pay for sex in nearby motels. I can treat you really well,” a 76-year-old woman with a limp says as a reporter approaches her on a recent sunny afternoon.Despite occasional raids, however, the sex business still thrives in the shadows.“I know that I shouldn’t do this,” said the elderly prostitute with the limp, “but no one can say that I should starve to death rather than come here.” She agreed to talk with the Associated Press at a nearby coffee shop after she failed to solicit any customers, but refused to give her name because her family doesn’t know she’s a prostitute.“Every woman here is keeping this a secret from their families,” said the woman, wearing a checkered blouse and navy blue pants. Widowed, divorced or abandoned by their children, many older women now find themselves without a social safety net and so are forced to take up prostitution.One of the women says she needs the money to take care of her ailing mother. Some get paid to drink with older men and only occasionally have sex with them. “It’s like our mothers are forced to lift up their skirts to make money because their children won’t feed them.” According to Confucian ideals, parents are to be cherished by their children.