Harsh Acts Unabated at S. Korean Schools

Pyongyang, April 4 (KCNA) — It was disclosed that harsh acts against freshmen occurred at a private university in Pusan, south Korea on March 31, sparking off public furor, according to south Korean News 1.

A photo of seniors binding freshmen at a classroom and pouring garbage over their heads was made to public, stunning all people.
Two students were killed by violence, not less than two months after entering a high school in Jinju City, South Kyongsang Province.
A secondary school student in Namgu, Kwangju City jumped from an apartment house, unable to stand violence at school.
Sexual abuses and violence against woman teachers and schoolgirls have become common practices.
Problematic is that the puppet regime is turning a blind eye to such violence.

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