South Korea on the sale of unborn children
South Korean mothers are selling their unborn children on the market. Some are high school teenagers who cannot afford to raise their babies, others want to pay off debt by selling their unborn child. Though they know how to ask for the right price for their babies, they do not know what they are getting themselves into. The South Korean education system, the social workers as well as the government, perhaps the ones in many other countries have, have failed to raise the awareness of danger of human trafficking involving unborn children. For instance, Peruvian gangs were arrested for killing human flesh and selling them into the cosmetic market in Europe. 
The issue in this incident is more serious than simply selling babies on the market for the better opportunities for all. None of these babies' parents seem to be aware of the possibility that the unborn children are exposed to the potential risks of becoming sex slaves, sacrificed for European cosmetic market, or who knows what is out there upon sale. It is time for the South Korean government to replace its outdated anti-human trafficking legislation with the new legislation and increase the awareness raising on the issue of human trafficking among the public.