South Korea’s ambassador to Vietnam, Kim Do-hyun, has been dismissed for violating the anti-graft law and other misconduct, government officials said. The government’s Central Disciplinary Committee decided on his dismissal for reportedly receiving a free hotel stay and airline tickets for his family from local companies to attend a golf event in October and thus violating the so-called Kim Young-ran Act that strictly prohibits public officials from receiving gifts and donations over a certain amount.


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