USFK Reg 190-2 Off-limits Areas and Establishments Policy [Regulation Link]
The areas and establishments listed below have been declared off-limits for safety, health, or operational considerations for all personnel subject to this regulation, except as noted. Additional off-limits areas will be determined by Area Commanders in accordance with paragraph 4 (see OFF-LIMIT LOCATIONS (BASED ON INSTALLATION AREA) below).
- All tattoo parlors and body piercing shops. This paragraph does not apply to personnel listed in Applicability paragraphs (d) and (e).
- All houses of prostitution. A house of prostitution is defined as any building or structure where prostitution or the promotion of prostitution (engaging in any sexual activity with another person for a fee) is regularly carried on by one or more persons under the control, management, or supervision of another.
- The ROK public streets, roads, and highways during the hours of curfew when established by the ROK Government. Travel during curfew hours is permitted, in emergencies or when performing official duties.
- In accordance with the ROK Ministry of Home Affairs notice #89-9, dated 1 December 1989, the ROK Government curfew areas north of civilian control line at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) affecting 16 towns (eups) and townships (myeons) of Ganghwa, Gimpo, Paju and Yeoncheon in Gyeonggi Province, 20 towns (eups) and townships (myeons) of Chorwon, Hwachon, Yanggu, Inje, and Kosong in Gangwon Province, 13 islands near the DMZ in Gyeonggi Province, and seas within three (3) nautical miles of coast. Travel is permitted in these areas in emergencies or when performing official duties.