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South Korea is both a source and destination country for human trafficking.Between January 2000 and March 2001, approximately 6,000 Russian women entered Korea through Busan port and Gimpo.A Los Angeles police spokesman said that about 90% of the department's 70–80 monthly arrests for prostitution involve Korean women and Los Angeles police estimates that there are 8,000 Korean prostitutes working in that city and its suburbs.A US State Department report titled, "Trafficking in person's report: June 2008", states that in "March 2008, a joint operation between the AFP and DIAC broke up a syndicate in Sydney that allegedly trafficked South Korean women to a legal brothel and was earning more than .3 million a year.In 2007 the government announced that sex tourism by Koreans would be made illegal, as well as Korean women going abroad to sell sex.The courts prosecuted 35,000 clients, 2.5 times higher than the number of those who were caught buying sex in 2003.In 2000, 3,064 Russians entered South Korea on E-6 visas, 2,927 of them women (Jhoty, 2001), Child prostitutes in Southeast Asian countries were reportedly patronized mainly by South Korean men, who outstrip Japanese and Chinese as the most numerous sex tourists in the region, with the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand mainly seeing South Korean men using child prostitutes.
The government registered the prostitutes who were called as Western princess and required them to carry medical certification.
The sex trade involved some 94 million transactions in 2007, down from 170 million in 2002.
The amount of money traded for prostitution was over 14 trillion won, much less than 24 trillion won in 2002.
The US military police provide for the security in these US camp town prostitution sites and detained the prostitutes who were thought to be ill to prevent epidemics of sexually transmitted diseases.
This government involvement was in the past motivated in part by fears that the American military, which protected South Korea from North Korea, would leave.