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입력 2016.09.28 (14:24) 수정 2016.09.28 (15:01) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

Applications of the newly effectuated Kim Young-ran anti-graft law are broader than one may think. For instance, a parent treating a teacher to a cup of coffee may be subject to criminal punishment. Find out more in our next report.

[Pkg]

Parents are being educated on the new Kim Young-ran anti-graft law. They are told not to send any snacks to the upcoming school's athletics festival in the fall.

[Soundbite] Seon Jong-bok(Principal) : "A parent may offer gifts in good will but it's also subject to penalties."

Especially in the case of teachers and parents, even the cash ceiling of 27 dollars for meals, 45 dollars for gifts and 90 dollars for congratulations or condolences does not apply. Teachers who are in charge of students' grades cannot receive any kind of favors regardless of amount. A cup of coffee a parent may casually bring to a teacher's meeting, snacks offered during field trips or mobile gift certificates are now all banned and subject to punishment, regardless of their monetary value.

[Soundbite] Kim Hyeon-suk(Parent) : "I'm confused whether to pack snacks for the kids or also include some for teachers. Would that also violate the law?"

[Soundbite] Heo Jae-woo(Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights Commission) : "People must be aware of the 14 types of unlawful favors stipulated in the law. They should also know the cash ceiling rule does not apply in cases when involved parties are closely related occupationally or favors are made quid pro quo."

It can be said the Kim Young-ran law applies to practically all Koreans.
  • New Law Applications
    • 입력 2016-09-28 14:28:31
    • 수정2016-09-28 15:01:46
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

Applications of the newly effectuated Kim Young-ran anti-graft law are broader than one may think. For instance, a parent treating a teacher to a cup of coffee may be subject to criminal punishment. Find out more in our next report.

[Pkg]

Parents are being educated on the new Kim Young-ran anti-graft law. They are told not to send any snacks to the upcoming school's athletics festival in the fall.

[Soundbite] Seon Jong-bok(Principal) : "A parent may offer gifts in good will but it's also subject to penalties."

Especially in the case of teachers and parents, even the cash ceiling of 27 dollars for meals, 45 dollars for gifts and 90 dollars for congratulations or condolences does not apply. Teachers who are in charge of students' grades cannot receive any kind of favors regardless of amount. A cup of coffee a parent may casually bring to a teacher's meeting, snacks offered during field trips or mobile gift certificates are now all banned and subject to punishment, regardless of their monetary value.

[Soundbite] Kim Hyeon-suk(Parent) : "I'm confused whether to pack snacks for the kids or also include some for teachers. Would that also violate the law?"

[Soundbite] Heo Jae-woo(Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights Commission) : "People must be aware of the 14 types of unlawful favors stipulated in the law. They should also know the cash ceiling rule does not apply in cases when involved parties are closely related occupationally or favors are made quid pro quo."

It can be said the Kim Young-ran law applies to practically all Koreans.
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