Koreans in Australia are calling for a crackdown on Korean prostitutes pushing the flesh on working holiday visas in Aussie land.

More than 2,000 Koreans living in Australia have expressed their willingness to join a street campaign in Sydney, an alliance of the communities said Thursday.

“It’s known that about 1,000 Korean prostitutes are working in Australia. That’s about 17 percent of all prostitutes in the country,” the group said in a statement.

Frankly, said one Korean resident, it’s embarrassing.

“Some jokingly say prostitutes are one of Korea’s major export items. It is shameful for all of us.”

The K-pros have the market cornered through aggressive leaflet campaigns and ads in local papers.

Insert “no happy ending to this growing problem” joke here.