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Going that extra mile to please the boss.

They do things differently in Korea, apparently:

"On March 8, Kim Dong-won [son of Hanwha Group chairman Kim Seung-youn] allegedly quarrelled with employees at a bar and was pushed down some stairs, sustaining a 10-centimetre cut to his face.

The media said the chairman later visited the bar looking for the man suspected of hitting his son and was shaking his fist at the employees. Eyewitnesses said Kim told his son to point out the man that hit him and batter him "until his anger is appeased." ...Victims claimed Kim's [bodyguards and company employees] had also used steel pipes and electric shock devices to torture them. Hanwha officials denied the allegations". More here.

And it would be remiss not to point out that "In 1952, the Hanwha Group was founded under the name, Korea Explosives Corporation. The founding chairman, Kim Jong-hee, had built the explosives company from the ruins of the Korean War with a sense of duty, to build a patriotic business that could contribute to the rebirth of the national economy". Source.

Hmm.

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Blogger CityUnslicker said... 8:15 pm

apparently there has a been a high ratio of staff loss at the Uk treasury too.

I wonder if it could be for parrallel reasons?  



Blogger The Hitch said... 2:22 pm

How do the police know who to arrest over there?
Its always some bloke called Kim  



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