In 2011, the government still talks about finance more than the issue of health care. Without access to medical care, the only time we see ordinary people in hospitals is during their promot... More
Doc's dark documentary on doctors 2011/07/12, Source,
Above is a scene from "White Jungle", a documentary that reveals the dark side behind the commercialization of the nation's medical system. Doctors often receive text messages reminding them how many patients have made appointments with them. Provided by the Association of Korean Independent Film and Video
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That job has gone to outsiders. In May, producer-turned-filmmaker Kim Jae-hwan created a sensation with "The True-taste Show", which revealed the cozy, back-scratching connections between trendy restaurants and food shows on television,...More
In 2011, the government still talks about finance more than the issue of health care. Without access to medical care, the only time we see ordinary people in hospitals is during their promotional videos. Commercialization has turned the dirty market for health care into a white jungle. Doctors and patients have become accustomed to the jungle. However, there must be a new law in this jungle. In this movie, we look for an answer that considers medical treatment as public welfare and not a personal means of profit.
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