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It’s a telltale sign things have become a bit untenable in your country when an insurer is enlisted by the government to offer insurance against the serious social issues that plague it. 

South Korea’s second-largest non-life insurance company, Hyundai Marine & Fire, is working out details with the government to offer what will be known as “four evils” insurance, created to compensate victims of what the Park Geun-hye government considers the four greatest social problems in South Korea: bullying in school, low-quality or tainted food products, domestic violence and rape, CNN reports.

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