Sneak has no idea what Korean for scandal is, but it might as well be "Samsung" after the latest news from the Far East. Hot on the heels of the last bribery scandal in which Samsung Electronics officials were accused of doing naughty things with large brown envelopes, it seems former presidential anti-corruption advisor (oh the irony) Lee Yong Chul has been on the end of some less than above-the-board practices.
He has accused a Samsung executive of giving him a five million won "holiday gift". Oh dear, Sneak thinks that this isn't going to do Samsung any good as it tries to repair its somewhat tarnished image. There's even a pressure group called, rather snappily, the National Movement to Unveil Illegal Activities by Samsung and its Chairman. Maybe they should just stick to making chipsets.
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