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Change your perspective and see the world in a new way. Prostitution in Incheon's Michuhol-gu district may receive a government subsidy worth Michuhol-gu district in the port city west of Seoul said Thursday it would announce on Sept.
The district office said it would offer up to The plan is open for prostitutes who submit a letter of confirmation that they wish to leave the sex trade and a written plan of rehabilitation and employment. The money on offer includes a 1 million won monthly living allowance, 7 million won for rent and , won a month for vocational training.
The district office aims to help prostitutes concentrated in a red light district called "Yellow House" in Sungui-dong.
The local sex trade, prosperous until the late s, started going downhill in when sex trade became illegal and the number of sex workers and customers was sharply reduced. The district plans to demolish the clubs still remaining and turn the region into an apartment complex. The saving plan targets prostitutes who will lose their jobs following the facelift. However, the plan is under fire for being too generous with taxpayers' money. Opponents point out that compared to an annual maximum of 1.
The idea is just hard to swallow. The critics noted that the district's particular problem of low self-sustainable financial competence that is below 20 percent, dubbing the subsidy "excessive. A similar plan is also being considered for other cities, including Daegu, Gwangju, Asan and Jeonju. A Michuhol-gu district office official told Segye Ilbo that the subsidy was only for those who were willing to change their past, adding the office would "confiscate the money from those who continued living off prostitution.