The reopening of a “nude mansion” in Jecheon, North Chungcheong Province, has reignited conflict between guests and residents.
Locals, mostly registered with a nearby Catholic church, have lambasted the mansion as provocative and un-Christian, while its owner claims being naked in the compound of his own property is a freedom that cannot be challenged. The mansion’s guests have been seen playing tennis and other outdoor activities while naked by people walking on a nearby road.
Another criticism is the mansion’s location: next to the birthplace of St. John Baptist Nam Chong-sam.
“Whenever I go to pick herbs or hike the back mountains, I can see the nudists at their mansion,” a resident said. “I can’t just close my eyes whenever I go to the mountains, can I?” Read full original article…
Source: The Korean Times
28 July, 2017, 7:45 pm