Party & power abuse: nurses spark debate in South Korea

The end of the year is a traditional time to party – especially for workers to socialise with colleagues, for a change. That's also the norm in South Korea – but a video of nurses dancing at a hospital talent show has sparked debate about abuse.

    The end of the year is a traditional time to party – especially for workers to socialise with colleagues, for a change.

    That's also the norm in South Korea – but a video of nurses dancing at a hospital talent show has sparked debate about abuse of women in the workplace.

    Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak reports from the capital, Seoul.


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