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Posted on: 2019-01-10 23:21:01
You'll remember the case of Kookmin Bank recruitment, in which a woman intentionally dropped a woman and a requestor made a lot of money by manipulating her grades.토토사이트

Many people thought that those who did this would be punished in a trial, but the court suspended the sentence. Here's why. Kookmin Bank was the victim of the recruitment scandal, and Kookmin Bank, the victim, said that he did not want to punish her, so-called "precedence."



But today (October 10) a different outcome came from the trial of a former Woori Bank president accused of irregularities in hiring. The court sentenced them to prison and arrested them in court, saying they had given them frustration and betrayal. This means the victim is not a bank but a group of job seekers.



Reporter Bae Jung-hoon will tell you the meaning and outlook of the ruling.



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Former Woori Bank CEO Lee Kwang-koo was sentenced to a year and a half in prison and was arrested in court for obstruction of justice.



The Seoul Northern District Court, which is in charge of the first trial, said that the final decision maker was responsible for delivering the request.



This is the first case of arrest since four bank presidents were indicted in June last year due to a corruption scandal involving banks.



This is a very different ruling from the time when Kookmin Bank took into account the opinions of banks who were victims of obstruction of business.



Lee said, "Companies have the right to add their own merit to the award, but the court said that banks themselves have a public character in the event of a financial crisis," adding, "The right to the bank president cannot be expanded indefinitely."



[Kim Bo-ram/Professor: Woori Bank is a private company that has a somewhat higher reputation than ordinary private companies. It appears that the court's decision is intended to crack down on the employment if it is significantly unfair.]



Given that the ruling is in fact an example, attention is focusing on how it will affect the trials of major financial figures, including KEB Hana Bank CEO Ham Young-joo and Shinhan Financial Group Chairman Cho Yong-byeon