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Soul-searching in Korea on bullying
Suicides by two teenagers who said they were the victims of school bullies has launched a national debate.
Last Modified: 05 Feb 2012 18:19



The suicides in December of two teenagers who said they were the victims of school bullies has launched a national debate in South Korea.

A survey found that 48 per cent of students admitted having been bullied and government has promised to address the problem.

Harry Fawcett reports from Seoul.

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