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2019-08-18T07:12:15.373Z

[Go Hyunjun's News] Go Hyunjun's news just started. Please tell me the news. <Go Hyun-jun / Critic Commentator> On Jeju Island, a driver who protests against violent driving is indiscriminately violated in front of his family.


[Go Hyunjun's News]

<Anchor>

Ko Hyun's news is just beginning. Please tell me the news.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

In Jeju Island, a driver who protests against a violent driving is being raped in public because his video is being indiscriminately in front of his family.

This is a black box video taken on a road in Jeju on the 4th of last month, and a white van is crossing the 1st and 2nd lanes.

I'm doing a knife cut, and I was surprised to see the driver of the vehicle following this dangerously changing lane.

The van driver gets out of the car, approaches the protest car driver's seat, and suddenly throws a bottle of water and makes a fist.

He took the cell phone of the victim's wife who was filming the scene and threw it away.

The bigger problem is that even the children of the victims in the back seats had to watch this.
After the assault, the damaged vehicle tried to escape and prevented the driver, but the van slowly left the scene.

The victim has been diagnosed for two weeks with a bruise and his family is also receiving psychiatric care.

As the video spreads rapidly online, there is an article on the website of the Jeju Provincial Police Agency that calls for punishment of the assailant.

<Anchor>

People who turn into a driver's seat and turn into a fighter sometimes have to regret it when they get out of the car.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

Most of all, the children who were sitting in the back seats are very emotionally shocked. I'm sorry about this.

<Anchor>

Please tell me the next news.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

Twenty teenagers intercepted for receiving tickets for arresting tickets for famous idol groups such as BTS and EXO. Mapo police say they arrested A, a woman in her 20s for fraud.

Mr. A is accused of intercepting 282 people who posted posts to buy idol group concert tickets on Twitter from July 2018 to March, and received 490 million won from them.

A is said to have posed Chinese victims by borrowing two Chinese accounts and receiving payments.

Therefore, at first, the owner of the Twitter account was assumed to be Chinese, but after analyzing the photos of the ID card and the contents of the messenger conversation sent to the Chinese who lent the account, they were confirmed as Korean.

Mr. A is known to have committed another crime by creating another Twitter account.

Mr. A admits that he has received the deposit, but has been reportedly denying the charges that some buyers have actually obtained a ticket and have returned some of the money.
<Anchor>

Just because you did it might not be a scam. Please tell me the next news.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

The highest mountain in the world. No one seems to be able to challenge Everest. This is because the Nepalese government is considering restricting climbing qualifications.

In the past, people who had no experience or training would be able to climb Everest with only about $ 13 million in US dollars.

In the future, only those who have climbed more than 6,500 meters in Nepal and have had a medical examination will be allowed to climb Everest. The plan is to raise the income fee to 35,000 dollars and 42.5 million won.

This is due to the fact that the safety of other climbers is threatened by the inexperienced climbing challenge of Everest climbers.

In fact, last year, there were 11 deaths in Everest, many of whom were said to have died in the ascension process because they had been waiting for a few hours near a narrow, steep peak and were exhausted and exhausted.

The Nepalese government plans to incorporate the amendments into relevant laws and regulations in the near future.
<Anchor>

It makes sense when it comes to climbing a career, but suddenly a three-fold increase in fees can be bad for a little climber.

<Hyun-Joon Ko / Critical Commentary>

Willingness to reduce the number of people.

Source: sbskr

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