|The aim of this study is to identify and describe unmarried women``s experiences and perception of visit to hospitals specialized in obstetrics and gynecology. In-depth interviews were conducted with 12 women aged 15-32 years. Data were analyzed using a grounded theory. The central phenomenon was "unpresentable" and finally avoiding visits and passive acceptance of visit to the hospital were identified. While previous studies on this topic in the west were focused on women``s experiences of pelvic examination resulting in feeling humiliation and shame, and on the importance of the role of doctor and examiner to reduce those negative feeling, this study explored that the main barrier to prevent unmarried women from visiting the hospital was not only the difficulty of the pelvic examination but also negative social perception of sexuality of unmarried women in Korea. This finding shows that conservative and closed values of sexuality in our society might affect negatively women``s genital related health.