Life on the Road for Korean Policy Makers Sent to SejongCynthia Kim and Eunkyung Seo
South Korea is spending $20 billion and uprooting almost 10,000 civil servants in the biggest relocation of government since communist forces swept through Seoul in 1951, a move that may disrupt economic decision making.
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