Korea's Jang Ha Sung

Korea University economist Jang Ha Sung spends his free time climbing mountains and raising orchids. In these solitary moments, the 45-year-old shareholder activist wonders how South Korea will be reshaped following Asia's economic crisis. If he has his way, all Korean companies, particularly the giant chaebol, will be run with shareholders in mind and have less opportunity to load up on debt and overexpand.

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