It is a real-time e-news that looks at the news that has become a hot topic on the Internet overnight.
I’ve seen a lot of articles that say that a former Hyundai employee who reported Hyundai Kia’s safety issues to US regulators will receive a reward of 28 billion won from the US government.
The US Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that it would pay 24 million dollars and 28.3 billion won to whistleblowers who leaked company information related to Hyundai and Kia Motors.
The winner of the bounty is former general manager Kim Kwang-ho, who worked as an engineer at Hyundai Motor for 26 years, who recognized Hyundai Motor’s self-developed Theta 2 engine defect and judged that it was not taking appropriate measures. reported.
In 2015, 470,000 vehicles were recalled as vehicles using the engine caught fire one after another in the North American market.
The U.S. Road Traffic Safety Administration, which launched an investigation based on the report, imposed a fine of $81 million, or about 95.6 billion won, in November of last year, saying that Hyundai and Kia did not accurately report engine defects and delayed recall.
Former manager Kim received a bounty equivalent to 30% of the fine, and it is known as the largest bounty paid in the automobile sector worldwide.
I’ve also seen many articles that the Democratic Party has accused two netizens of spreading false information about the fall of Kim Hye-kyung, the wife of presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung.
The Democratic Party announced that it had accused two netizens of violating the Public Official Election Act, saying that the false information that Lee’s wife, Kim Hye-kyung’s fall was caused by Lee’s assault is being circulated on the Internet.
Earlier, at dawn on the 9th, Mr. Kim lost consciousness at his home and collapsed and received emergency treatment for lacerations. Candidate Lee canceled all official schedules for the day and took care of his wife.
The Democratic Party plans to take strong measures such as additional accusations after receiving reports from the SNS online communication group for spreading false information.
There was also a lot of interest in an article about an incident in which a customer arguing over soup in an American restaurant poured soup in the face of an employee.
On the 7th local time, a woman who ordered soup delivery from a restaurant in Texas, USA called the store and complained that ‘the soup was too hot, the plastic lid melted’, and ‘plastic seeped into the soup’.
The employee who answered the phone offered a refund and a free coupon to solve the problem, but the woman did not stop swearing and yelling, and finally came to the restaurant with soup herself.
A woman who was protesting at the restaurant, eventually took out her cell phone and said that she would report to the police, and threw the soup at the employee’s face.
As the CCTV footage of the restaurant, which had been captured at the time, was released on the Internet, citizens are outraged.