▲ About 30,000 members of the Korean Construction Workers' Union(KCWU) participate in a rally during their all-out strike held at Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul on the afternoon of Jul. 12, shouting "Open! A world where construction labor is respected". (Lee Eun-young/The Labor Today)
|▲ Young construction workers in their 20s belonging to the Korean Construction Workers' Union(KCWU) hold a press briefing on the afternoon of Jul. 12 at Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul to call for the improvement of laws and institutions in the construction industry to create decent jobs for the youth. (Jeong Ki-hoon/The Labor Today)|
Construction workers in the rally called for the revision of the Act on the Employment Improvement of Construction Workers, guarantee of basic labor rights, safe construction sites, wage raise, and employment stability as prerequisites set to make the construction sites worth living in.
reported by Lee Eun-young
translated by Kim Sung-jin
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