Prostitution in North Korea is illegal and is not visible to visitors. Allegedly, a collection of women called the kippumjo provided sexual entertainment to high-ranking officials until Meanwhile, some North Korean women who migrate to China become involved in prostitution. Under Article of the Criminal law, prostitution is punishable by up to two years labour if engaged in "multiple times".
Shock at Kim Jong-un's 'pleasure squad': Girls as young as THIRTEEN chosen for sex parties
Prostitution in North Korea - Wikipedia
North Korean leaders are said to hold exclusive sexual parties, with thousands of young girls hand-picked from schools. But is Kim Jong-un carrying on the tradition? The girls are picked out at random by soldiers — sometimes from their own school classrooms. Their family and medical histories are closely examined, and routine check-ups are performed to ensure their virginity is intact. These are the claims of various defectors who managed to escape North Korea over the past decade. Each one describes the mysterious group in similar terms - a bizarre secret world where girls are plucked out of society and trained as high-class adult entertainers.
SHOCK CLAIM: Kim Jong-un picks schoolgirls as sex slaves - but girls must have 'good legs'
Girls are taken from their classrooms by soldiers and told to not speak to their families ever again or face execution, according to defectors. They claim the youngsters are drafted into the so-called "pleasure squad" after undergoing medical checks to make sure their virginity is intact. The routine at the parties included eating, drinking and dancing, but usually ended with erotic games. Over the next decade the girls are reportedly trained as "adult entertainers" and expected to service the reclusive state's military elite.
Please refresh the page and retry. Jeong-Ah Kim and Hyeona Ji glance at one another, as they consider whether they would like to one day return to North Korea. The pair share a traumatic past: they both fled their home nation, only to be sold by sex traffickers in China.