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Members of the association of self-employed businessmen stage a rally at the front gate to the National Assembly on Tuesday to press the legislature to revise the new anti-graft law, which will punish public servants, journalists and teachers who accept gifts worth more than 50,000 won ($41.98) or receive more than 100,000 won in cash for a wedding or funeral. The law will take effect on Sept. 28, 2016. [NEWSIS]

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