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We could probably missing the point of what the writer really wanted to portray . Was it the Chaebol's pattern of abusive power in Korean society? This may be just a drama, but the writer could have shown us what's happening in Korea. As recently on the Korean headline. SEOUL (Reuters) - The uproar that forced a Korean Air Lines executive to resign after delaying a flight because she was unhappy with the way nuts were served points to growing intolerance of corporate bad behaviour in a country dominated by family conglomerates. People in Korea don’t trust the power structure at the top because of a long history of leaders with special exemptions. From 1990 to 2012, the heads of seven of the 10 biggest chaebols have been sentenced to prison for bribery, embezzlement and tax evasion. None spent more than a few months behind bars.