Citizens suspected of committing crimes, such as rape or murder, are forced to take part in these humiliating public rituals, which start with police binding the suspect with ropes or handcuffs.
They are then led to the scene of the crime and are ordered to recreate the criminal act.
While its noisy northern neighbor usually gets all the attention, South Korea is a pretty awesome place.
It has survived Japanese colonization, Soviet meddling, and North Korean threats to become the world’s 12th-largest trading nation.
But although the government succeeded in getting rid of these basic human rights, it couldn’t prevent its people from falling in love.