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South Korean prostitutes relax in their room before attending a rally to declare 'Sex Worker's day' on June 29, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea. Prostitutes rallied against government law aimed at the sex industry. The government began enforcing new laws in 2004 to target human traffickers, pimps and prostitutes. The sex industry accounts for roughly 1.5 percent of South Korea's gross domestic product (GDP), with its annual sales estimated at $13 billion dollars in 2007.