Ryu Ho-jeong said: ‘What I am currently going through is what other women are also undergoing at their own workplace.’ Photo: Handout Ryu Ho-jeong said: ‘What I am currently going through is what other women are also undergoing at their own workplace.’ Photo: Handout
Ryu Ho-jeong said: ‘What I am currently going through is what other women are also undergoing at their own workplace.’ Photo: Handout
South Korea

South Korean lawmaker’s red dress stirs debate about sexism and male-dominated politics

  • Ryu Ho-jeong, 28, became a target of misogynistic abuse but also drew support from other lawmakers for her willingness to challenge patriarchal culture
  • ‘The time will come when this society will accept women wearing comfortable clothes no matter what workplace,’ she said

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Ryu Ho-jeong said: ‘What I am currently going through is what other women are also undergoing at their own workplace.’ Photo: Handout Ryu Ho-jeong said: ‘What I am currently going through is what other women are also undergoing at their own workplace.’ Photo: Handout
Ryu Ho-jeong said: ‘What I am currently going through is what other women are also undergoing at their own workplace.’ Photo: Handout
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