Report Claims Thousands of NK Women Sold into Sex Slavery in China

An investigation by the Korea Future Initiative claims that thousands of North Korean women are being trafficked for prostitution and forced to produce live sex acts on the web. The report also says that women are being sold to men in China for marriage.

The KFI, a non-profit focusing on Korean women and children, claims that over 200,000 North Korean refugees live in China and that 60% of the female refugees have been forced into sex slavery. The investigators also received first-hand accounts from North Korean girls as young as 12-years-old who have been raped and forced into the cybersex trade. China has yet to comment on the report.