Abolition of adultery: South Korea ushered in the golden period of development of condoms

Abstract: the Supreme Court recently abolished the country’s controversial adultery, which makes South Korea’s largest condom manufacturer shares rallied. South Korea’s largest manufacturer of latex Unidus group in South Korea’s largest stock exchange share price immediately rose 15%. 0″ South Korea to abolish the crime of adultery, condom sales rose the highest court in South Korea recently abolished the country’s controversial adultery, which makes South Korea’s largest condom manufacturer shares rose. South Korea’s largest manufacturer of latex Unidus group in South Korea’s largest stock exchange share price immediately rose 15%. The court held that the long – standing criminal law in South Korea had hindered people ‘s sexual freedom and violated the country’ s privacy. Adultery in Korea could be sentenced to 2 years in prison, according to South Korean media reports, in recent days, South Korea has nearly 50000 people were charged for infidelity, and as many as 35000 people have been put into prison. It was first adopted in 1953 to protect the rights of women in a male dominated Korean society. In the 90s of last century, the law has encountered many challenges, but the South Korean Supreme Court has been supporting the continuation of the penalty. In 2008, the South Korean court issued a series of objections to the law, which the court said was intended to protect social harmony.


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