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The society commonly believed that a higher age for marriage was associated with inappropriate sexual activity. In Confucianism, men were considered to be positive (yang) and women negative (yin).

As yang was considered more dominant than yin, men were considered to be comparably omnipotent, justifying male dominance and discrimination against female.

Catholicism was introduced at the end of the 17th century and began to become popular among the popular people at the end of the 18th century.

Though Catholicism was outlawed and banned, and the followers executed, it continued to have underground support. Both religions were involved in several intellectual movements, and promoted equal rights.

Women were excluded from schools until 1886, when Ewha Hakdang was established. Early marriages were often arranged and can be traced back to the Three Kingdoms of Korea period (57 AD-668).

For instance, chastity of widows were enforced by forbidding the sons and grandsons of remarried women from taking the Gwageo. In the family, women were expected to take care of the family finances.In the Joseon dynasty, the legal age for marriage was 15 for boys and 14 for girls.When a child assumed responsibility for the child's family, the child could marry at the age of 12.However, public education concerning sexuality is inadequate.Sexual education solely focuses on physical development and gender roles such as menstruation, pregnancy, virginity, sexual activities, and Sexually transmitted diseases.Only the women of the ruling class could enjoy the same privileges of the men in the same class.Although men were allowed to have multiple wives, women were expected to have chastity and were compelled to remain unmarried if their husbands have died.According to two Korean Research Institute on Sexuality and Culture studies done on 19, 37.1% of male students learned about sex from pornography, while 14% learned it from their peers; for female students, 37% received sexual education from peers while 25.7% received it from school.According to the Korean Research Institute of Sexuality, 70% of female high school students agreed that masturbation was natural, though only 15.2% of the surveyed students reported masturbating, and the biggest group felt guilty about doing so.Due to this conflict, several issues in Korea, including sexual education, homosexuality, and sexual behavior is highly contested.The position of a woman depended on the position of a male member of her family.