Korean Government Hires Thugs To Flip Over Food Stalls Who Don't Pay Taxes In GangnamSeoul Searching
Mar. 12, 2014
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Chaos broke out on the infamous streets of Gangnam last Monday as hired “city workers” made their way down the sidewalks, evicting street vendors for establishing their stalls illegally. When faced with the word eviction, one usually brings to mind the distribution of notices and fines. Korea, however, is no stranger to the use of more unconventional methods.