South Korea Confronts Violence Within Military Ranks

October 17, 2014 11:29 AM
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Every able-bodied South Korean male between 18 and 35 must serve for 21 to 36 months in the country's armed forces, depending upon the specific branch. For many, service is a rite of passage to manhood. But there are growing concerns that bullying and violence come along with the tradition. Reporter Jason Strother has more from Seoul.