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South Korea unveils 'draconian' new business lunch rules

What would business be without entertainment? Playing golf, for example, is used by many as part of the corporate deal-making process.

But that may no longer be possible for much longer in South Korea.

A new law comes into effect next month that will see limits put on how much can be spent on entertaining business people, journalists and even teachers.

The BBC's Seoul Correspondent Stephen Evans wondered what the consequences might be - over a business lunch.

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