In some large scenic spots, shopping malls and other places, we often encounter long queues in front of the female toilets, while the male toilets are relatively free.
This situation also occurred in South Korea. For this reason, South Korea has also introduced a corresponding law, stipulating that “the number of toilets installed in women’s toilets is greater than the number of toilets in men’s toilets + the sum of urinals”.
Therefore, when traveling to South Korea, it is not necessary to be surprised when the male toilet finds that there is space in the picture, but there is no urination. This is actually what the builders do to circumvent the law.