A Chinese tourist was raped by hotel staff in Jeju。

On Tuesday, according to the police, a hotel receptionist in Jeju, an island located at the southern tip of South Korea, was apprehended for the alleged sexual assault of a Chinese visitor. The receptionist had gained entry to the guest's room using a master key.

The Jeju Seobu Police have announced that the employee of a hotel in northern Jeju is under investigation for allegedly raping a guest in her room at approximately 4 a.m. on June 14, while she was in a state of drunkenness following a night out with other tourists.

She proceeded to inform one of her travelling companions of the circumstances, and the companion promptly reported the incident to the authorities.

According to the police, the employee was depicted in security camera footage entering the woman's room shortly after she had been escorted back to the room by fellow Chinese travellers, who departed immediately thereafter.

The woman reported to the police that she was unable to resist the employee's actions due to her extensive alcohol consumption.

Reports indicate that the employee asserted that he had received a call for room service prior to entering the room. 

The male also asserted that he believed he was engaging in consensual sexual activity with the woman.