스마트폰은 한국신병의 가장 강력한 무기

The South Korean army meal was posted on a Facebook group in February 2020, where young recruits would vent over the experience of compulsory service, but the photo was a pile of rice and dried seaweed. The photo would trigger a chain of reforms, eventually cascading into a presidential apology and an ongoing inquiry into military culture.

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