Former South Korean president Lee appears for questioning over graft charges
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 SEOUL (Reuters) - Former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak appeared for questioning on Wednesday over allegations he took bribes when he was in office, following months of investigations into his family and acquaintances over the graft charges.
Almost a decade ago, Lee Eun-eui was thrust into a lonely battle against her employer Samsung after she reported unwelcome touching by a superior. Now she's a lawyer that fights for other women in South Korea's #MeToo movement. Grace Lee reports.
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