* Date : 2016-08-31
Implementation of Anti-Corruption Law, Upgrading Transparency in Korean Society
The anti-corruption law, often referred to by the name of its creator Kim Young-ran, has been judged constitutional 1443 days since it was first proposed. A month before its enforcement on September 28th restaurant owners are worried if they would be able to stay in business while department stores are developing gift sets that cost less than US$50. Experts say that the law should be given closer examination to determine if it could actually resolve the problem of corruption as intended. We examine the impact that the Kim Young-ran law will have on Korean society.