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NOTE: This is not about Korean entertainment but this news item is very relevant especially to migrant workers in South Korea.

The video shows a Chinese woman who is slapped, dragged and beaten by South Korean immigration officers during a crackdown in Daejon. I’m just curious about the reaction of Chinese stars like Hangeng of Super Junior who are working in South Korea.

Is this still part of Hallyu (or the Korean wave) that South Korea is promoting? Tsk. Tsk. Tsk.

The helpless Chinese woman is dragged like a pig by South Korean immigration officials

The helpless Chinese woman is dragged like a pig by South Korean immigration officials

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The Korean government will be able to monitor the activities of its citizens on YouTube as it required the popular video channel to require Koreans to register their real names.

The new rule, which will start on April 1, will require South Korean citizens to register their resident registration numbers on YouTube. With such rule, the Korean government can trace down the identity of a person.

Here’s more from the Korea Times:

South Korea is looking at more ways to impose rules on Internet users and insisted that Google should behave in order to stay here. And after months of hesitation, the search giant now appears ready to bend and bow.

Koreans who watch YouTube will be required to use their real name.

Koreans who watch YouTube will be required to use their real name.

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