Seo Ji-hyeon, a leading figure of the Me Too movement in South Korea, files a suit against her former colleague and the government for physical and psychological distress.
TEHRAN, November 05 - A leading figure in South Korea's #MeToo movement has filed a compensation suit against her former senior colleague and the government for physical and psychological distress.
- A senior South Korean government official says that North Korea may be preparing for its fourth nuclear test, as increased activity is detected at its main test site. However, the South Korean Defence Ministry denied having clear signs that the test may be imminent.
- The Blue House, the executive office and residence of the President of the Republic of Korea, and other Government of South Korea and South Korean financial corporations come under attack from a distributed denial-of-service.
- The Government of South Korea announces the completion of the world's longest seawall in a reclaimed tidal flat in Gunsan, North Jeolla Province.
- Labour peer Peter Hain uses parliamentary privilege to name Philip Green as the British businessman who used an injunction to prevent allegations of sexual harassment against him being published in "The Daily Telegraph".
- North Korea and South Korea begin removing landmines and other explosives from the Korean Demilitarized Zone.