Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (April 3, 2017)
1. The Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries allegedly removed parts of cargoes without informing the committee investigating the salvaged Sewol ferry. This became an issue, but the ministry ended up saying, “very regrettable,” which is likely to trigger controversy.
Why did the ministry have to act like that? I don’t like anything about the ministry anyway.
2. The Seoul Detention Center’s kindly treating the prisoner 503, Park Geun-hye, is expected to cause controversy. The center plans to install a shower room by renovating a room that can accommodate up to 8 people and remove a surveillance camera for prisoners.
Everyone should be equal before the law. By doing so, Park’s princess syndrome would be cured.