Auto workers' sit-in on power supply post
This photo taken on Jan. 8, 2013, shows three men, including Han Sang-kyun, the former leader of Ssangyong Motor Co.'s labor union, holding a sit-in on an electrical power supply tower near the company's plant in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, for the 50th consecutive day to demand the company reinstate its laid-off workers and that a parliamentary inspection of the lay-offs be held. Their berth 30 meters up the 50 meter tower has a space of 7 square meters. Due to safety reasons, two of the three sleep at night while the remaining one is on sentry duty. (source: today's Yonhap)
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