Women mourn the death of a woman killed by her stalker, outside the women’s toilet in Seoul’s Sindang Station, on September 19. Photo: AFP
Women mourn the death of a woman killed by her stalker, outside the women’s toilet in Seoul’s Sindang Station, on September 19. Photo: AFP
Jennifer Lee
Opinion

Opinion

Lunar by Jennifer Lee

Stalked and killed: why can’t South Korea do more to protect women?

  • Last week, a young woman was killed before the court could rule on her alleged stalker, the latest in a string of women stalked and killed in South Korea
  • With a new anti-stalking law criticised for loopholes and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family on the chopping block, South Korea is failing its women

Women mourn the death of a woman killed by her stalker, outside the women’s toilet in Seoul’s Sindang Station, on September 19. Photo: AFP
Women mourn the death of a woman killed by her stalker, outside the women’s toilet in Seoul’s Sindang Station, on September 19. Photo: AFP
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