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Topic - Ma Kwang Soo
Moon Tae-Hwa stares at his computer, dizzy and nauseous from the hours of porn he's viewed online while his wife and children slept. He feels no shame _ only a righteous sense of mission.
"Happy Sara," he added, is still banned.
"It's been 20 years since I was arrested ... but South Korean culture hasn't democratized yet," Ma said.