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Assault doesn’t exactly garner much attention in South Korea or most countries for that matter. Physical fights are common enough. Violence is universal. But the recent assault case in Ulsan, an industrial hub, is tragic because it tells us something about South Korea’s labor hierarchy. On Mar. 13 Ulsan District Court ruled that a regular employee at a Hyundai Motor Company factory should pay 5 million won in fine for assaulting an employee of a ‘cooperative enterprise.’ The accused punched th
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