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GWANGJU, South Korea -- A Gwangju woman is in custody after confessing to killing her 51-year-old boyfriend Monday because he was addicted to porn.

According to the Korea Times, the 51-year-old woman killed her boyfriend of 10 years by lacing his maekolli with a sleeping pill before smothering him with briquette smoke because, as she told police, 'he watched too much porn'.

While pornography is illegal in South Korea, the government and Internet providers have an extremely hard time stopping it.

The Korean National Assembly in 2012 passed a law enforcing the prohibition of pornography distribution in the country making the maximum sentence to be 10 years in prison. A volunteer Internet police called 'Nuri Cops' monitor pornographic sites which they report to the government so that site IPs can be blocked by the internet service providers or stopped altogether.

Gwangju Woman Kills Boyfriend Over Porn Addiction


GWANGJU, South Korea – A Gwangju woman is in custody after confessing to killing her 51-year-old boyfriend Monday because he was addicted to porn.

According to the Korea Times, the 51-year-old woman killed her boyfriend of 10 years by lacing his maekolli with a sleeping pill before smothering him with briquette smoke because, as she told police, ‘he watched too much porn’.

While pornography is illegal in South Korea, the government and Internet providers have an extremely hard time stopping it.

The Korean National Assembly in 2012 passed a law enforcing the prohibition of pornography distribution in the country making the maximum sentence to be 10 years in prison. A volunteer Internet police called ‘Nuri Cops’ monitor pornographic sites which they report to the government so that site IPs can be blocked by the internet service providers or stopped altogether.

South Korean government agencies believe that pornography is directly related to sex crimes being committed in the country and have not eased up on any restrictions with accessing pornography online.


 

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