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South Korea is sometimes described as a “Republic of Prosecutors.” The unusual term reflects the abnormal amount of power wielded by the country’s Prosecution Service, which monopolizes the authority both to control investigations and to prosecute [https://www.moj.go.kr/HP/ENG/eng_02/eng_2040.jsp]. Over the years, frustration has been mounting over the disproportionate power the institution wields. Its critics point to the string of internal corruption scandals, politicized investigations and o
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