Victims of horrific school violence have not been able to receive compensation or even take legal action.
It is not as easy as one might think for victims of school violence to receive compensation for damage or relieve their injustice.
Not seeing this, a company stepped in.
A fashion company famous for its unusual activities, such as posting advertisements for hanbok in Times Square in the United States and conducting international lawsuits against China and Japan, which distort history, started a project to support victims of school violence in May.
The CEO of this company said that after starting the project and directly facing the victims, he felt even greater anger.
What kind of story did he have?
Subs News found out the story of the CEO's anger, how to support the victims, and the current status of the disposition of the perpetrators.
Planning Ha Hyeon-jong / Producer Lee Arita Park Soo-jung / Editing Lee Joo-yeon / Intern Ji-hee Moon / Help Jeong-jin Lee / Director Park Won-hee