During the reporting period, MOGEF
publicized on buses, electronic billboards, subways, and in foreign language publications the Emergency Support Center for Migrant Women hotline, which had operators trained to assist trafficking victims.
In December 2010, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (MOGEF
) developed training materials on sex trafficking for juveniles for distribution in schools and to public officials.
The government's Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (MOGEF
) continued running a 24-hour hotline for South Korean and foreign victims of trafficking that referred victims to government or NGO-run shelters and counseling centers.