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Southern Salt
       
     
Southern Salt

Far from the capital of Seoul, the sun-scorched, sparsely populated islands of Sinan County are recognized as the slave islands of South Korea. In the last decade, at least five cases found that Korean salt farm owners and regional job brokers profited from the forced labor of disabled Koreans. In 2015, the county's questionable practices were again under investigation as fifty industry heads were indicted on slavery crimes. Despite the indictments, the production of South Korean salt and the treatment of those who produce it remains questionable. 

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