A current round-up of what has Korean netizens chatting today:
1. Jo Hyeona, a vice-president of Korean Air, sued 3 netizens who cussed her out online for giving birth in the United States in order to gain US citizenship for her baby.
2. Korean woman 'A' who spent most of her life in the U.S., came back to Korea and got married to 'B', a Korean man who was in the process of getting divorced with his wife, not knowing there is strict Korean law about adultery, and had 2 kids. Later on, B’s legal wife sued them for committing adultery, and their children were the evidence that A and B had a sexual relationship.
3. It has been 7 years since a ‘Jeonju college girl’ vanished, but still no evidence has been found to further an investigation.
4. A suspect has been caught in Yeongju who allegedly killed a baby boy and his grandmother.
5. The illegal gambling industry has been secretly revived.
6. The Supreme Court is working on finding the wisest judgment for when a married couple divorces with nothing to share but debt, and who is to be responsible for that debt.
7. USFK in Osan is catching some heat from some Korean business owners and bar owners who operate businesses for foreigners outside of the base. According to the Koreans, they were told to come on to the base to comply with an investigation of their business practices related to USFK customers, however, the Koreans claim that USFK has no jurisdiction over them.
8. There are various men who meet girls via smartphone chatting apps, have sex with them, secretly take pictures of the naked girls, and then post the pictures on the internet cafe.
9. Day care centers where child abuse, sexual assault, or illegal acquisition of government funding will be announced and revealed on the internet, so parents can see.
10. Job seekers consider ‘English’ the priority, yet companies consider ‘personality’.