Wearing Super Short Skirts In South Korea Might Get You Fined
Mar 13, 2013 11:13
If you're planning on heading to South Korea, you might want to leave your mini skirts behind. That's because they've just passed a new law against "excessive" public exposure.
The decree which was passed on March 11th at a South Korean cabinet
meeting that was presided over by President Park Geun-hye . Anyone caught exposing way too much skin will be fined 50,000 won (which amounts to about $45). The law is set to take effect on March 22.
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