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'Barracks culture' in South Korean military

A spate of deaths in South Korea's military, including a number of apparent suicides, have raised questions about the culture inside the country's armed forces.

An attack by North Korea in November 2010 led to calls for a tougher military in the South, with training intensified to make the soldiers battle-ready.

But the tightening of training has coincided with a rise in claims of bullying within barracks, and a series of suicides.

Lucy Williamson reports from Seoul.

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