What are you wearing under that robe?I remember reading about this a while ago, I am glad to see the chapter closed. The Korean Supreme Court upheld a ruling against a Korean dairy company that used "performance artists" to promote its brand. The publicity stunt as described by the Korea Times:
The dairy company held the performance in central Seoul, during which the three female models appeared wearing only a coating of wheat flour on their bodies. They then poured the yogurt over their bodies, which revealed their nudity. The drink was distributed to the audience as part of a sales promotion in 2003.
A slightly different version of the events appeared in the Chosun as a quote from the court ruling:
One wonders what the court defines as "young" since the aforementioned Times article says one person involved was "A 37-year-old woman, identified as Park, who worked as a nude model in the promotion event."
In any case, court's statement on the law in the Chosun:
So lets put the two above Chosun quotes together slightly differently: