There are roughly 1,800 prostitutes working in brothels across South Korea.
Native lizards weighting at least 500 grams are being sold by wildlife traffickers to foreign buyers for $2,300 (100,000 Philippine Pesos).
There were 19 human trafficking cases investigated in Japan in 2010, down from the 28 in 2009 and the record lowest number of cases since cases have been tracked since 2001. 24 Filipinos, 12 Japanese, and 1 South Korean were found to be victims of human trafficking in Japan from those cases.
Illegal fishing off the coast of South Korea by Chinese fisherman led to 738 arrests between 2006 and 2010.
In 2009, there were 726 cases of black market wildlife trafficking and poaching reported in South Korea.
In 2010, Louis Vuitton bags were the most seized counterfeit good in South Korea. According to the Korea Intellectual Property Office, 21,454 counterfeit Louis Vuitton products were seized in 2010, followed by 9,118 counterfeit Nike products.
From January to August 2010, government agencies in South Korea were cited over 2,600 times for using pirated software. In 2009, over 1,900 citations were given to government offices, and around 700 cases in 2008. The increase in citations is due to an increase in monitoring software. Most of the software piracy citations were found in regional branch offices rather then central departments.
Financial losses of $515 Million (4.41 Trillion Indonesian Rupiahs) occur in Indonesia every year due to the importation of counterfeit cosmetics into the country. Fake cosmetics are the number one counterfeited product in Indonesia, with most of the counterfeit cosmetics entering the country from South Korea or China.
In the 2002 World Cup held in South Korea and Japan, more than 3 million World Cup counterfeit goods were seized before and during the tournament.
Music piracy in South Korea dropped by 92 percent between 2008 and 2009.