If you subscribe you'll see a little more than what's shown above. From an article in May:
While South Korea is one of the world’s most-wired countries with widespread high-speed Internet access, the country has taken a stance over nudity and porn. Two years ago, South Korea blocked hundreds of foreign adult content sites and strengthened its obscenity laws.
Warda said that there most likely will be some hurdles with delivering news naked, but it should be well-received in South Korea.
"Like Japan they cannot show the pubic area, [but] appetite for all forms of adult entertainment is substantial," he said. "These are hardworking, hard-playing people."
I still think my plan for "Naked English" (네이키드 잉글리쉬) is ingenious. Koreans love porn---they spend more on it per capita than any other country in the world---they love gawking at white women, they love slow and awkward delivery of English, they love the internet, and they love giving the impression they care about studying the language. Plus, Son Jong-min, recently of Seoul's English radio station, is out of work.