f(x)’s Luna, Jeong Sewoon, And Park Joo Ho Take Part In Campaign To End Online Sex Crimes
Many celebrities have recently shown support for a campaign to stop online sexual crimes.
This issue has gained greater recognition after the news of the existence of pay-to-view Telegram group chats, including the so-called “Nth room,” where women (including minors) were blackmailed into taking sexually exploitative videos. Previously, many celebrities voiced support for the petition to reveal the identities of “Nth room” suspects.
To further raise awareness, f(x)’s Luna, Jeong Sewoon, and Park Joo Ho recently uploaded photos of them participating in a new campaign against online sexual crimes. The campaign was organized by South Korea’s Ministry of Gender Equality and Family.
On May 12, Luna posted a photo of herself holding a sign that reads the hashtag, “The right to be safe.” Her caption reads, “Hello this is Luna. For online sexual crimes and violence to disappear! For a safer tomorrow where no one is left out! We all have the right to be safe. Let’s do this together!”
She added the hashtags, “The right to be safe,” “I won’t forget,” “Stop online sexual crimes,” and “Eradicate online sexual crimes.” Luna also included a link to download the “clean hand badge” so others can participate in the campaign.
Singer Jeong Sewoon also took part in this campaign, posting a photo with the hashtag “The right to be safe” written on his hand.
His caption reads, “For online sexual crimes and violence to disappear. If we do not change, nothing will change.” He added the hashtags “The right to be safe” and “Stop online sexual crimes.”
Soccer player Park Joo Ho (who has appeared with his children on “The Return of Superman“) uploaded a similar photo to participate in the campaign. His caption also reads, “Hello this is Park Joo Ho. For online sexual crimes and violence to disappear! For a safer tomorrow where no one is left out! Let’s do this together!”