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NameCurrent message text
 h English (en)In South Korea, you can purchase condoms and birth control pills at pharmacies without a prescription.<ref>[ Global Oral Contraception Availability]</ref> <ref>[ Free the Pill: Where on Earth?]</ref> You can buy many birth control brands, like Mercilon, without a prescription at pharmacies (if you ask the pharmacist for it). However, some contraceptive brands may require a prescription. For example, a female backpacker said that South Korean pharmacists told her that she needed a prescription for Yasmin. However, for other forms of birth control, such as implants, injectables, and IUDs, you may need to directly visit a hospital or clinic to obtain them.
 h French (fr)La contraception est légale en Corée du Sud, et on peut se la procurer sans prescription.<ref>[ Global Oral Contraception Availability]</ref> Vous pouvez acheter un bon nombre de marques de contraceptifs, telles que Mercilon, sans prescriptions dans des pharmacies (si vous demandez au pharmacien). Cependant, certaines marques de contraceptifs nécessitent une ordonnance. Par exemple, une femme routarde a expliqué que des pharmaciens lui ont dit qu'elle avait besoin d'une ordonnance pour la pilule Jasmine.