New law to curb corruption in South Korea. South Korea has enforced a new law aimed at cutting high levels of corruption and lavish life styles in the country.
Limits are being imposed on government staff, journalists and others on how much can be spent on gifts, nights out and other entertainment.
South Korea has long had a reputation for high levels of corruption and was recently ranked ninth for graft on a list of OECD nations.
Al Jazeera’ Harry Fawcett reports from Gangwon province.
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