KOREA HERALD - July 9 - The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family in South Korea will review online video advertisements by international matchmaking agencies to see if any of them incite bias or are likely to infringe on human rights. Several marriage brokers have recently been ordered by the ministry to delete ads that sexually objectify women or promote bias. Some, for instance, claim that women of certain nationalities have "nice figures" and are "simple." Those found to have violated the law will be ordered to immediately delete the ad. If they do not comply, they will be subject to criminal charges or administrative measures such as suspension of business and cancellation of business registration.
by Kim So-hyun
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