Since 84 days two labor activists - one official of the irregular workers' union of Hyundai Motors and the other a former irregular worker at the automaker - are now in sit-in strike on a power supply post...
Two weeks ago The Korea Herald reported that "A local court ordered two Hyundai Motor Co. contract workers to end their two-month protest atop a power-transmission tower, saying rejection of the ruling will cause them to pay daily fines of 300,000 won (US$280)..."
And it seems that y'day was the first 'rehearsal' to end the protest by force in the - possibly - near future: So-called 'security guards', i.e. thugs hired by Hyudai Motors, tried to storm and demolish the Solidarity Camp. But as you can see... their 'performance'(^^) FAILED(!!!):
☞ 현대차 송전탑 강제철거 용역, ‘미성년자’ 고용 (NewsCham, 1.08)
☞ Protesting labor activist offered full-time status... (Hankyoreh, 1.08)
☞ Two Hyundai Motor contract workers ordered to end protest... (K. Herald, 2012.12.27)