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Seoul mulling over law against high-handedness

After the "nut rage" incident, parliamentarians are proposing legislation to punish some of the worst abuses by the rich and powerful
Monday, February 16, 2015 - 05:50

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Cho (centre), the daughter of the chairman of Korean Air Lines, was sentenced last week to a year in prison for an outburst on a Korean Air plane while on the ground in New York.

Seoul

RESENTMENT has mounted so much in South Korea against what has come to be known as gabjil, high-handedness by the rich and powerful, that parliamentarians are proposing legislation to punish some of the worst abuses.

A bill to be presented in the national assembly this month

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