tv Documentary RT November 25, 2019 6:30pm-7:00pm EST
with stress every day. they don't just read about it in usual posts they see you know firsthand. just guys saves lives on every shift. to go on until you hung. it down in cold all. the way this whole. thing that i don't want to know closer to the whole total tone did it when they're joking you big deal you chill with talk you chill with a tall choice of local political towards walk when i go to the month who hold a tool in tech we're going to shoot the whistle because haiku game will do because soem that was in the house will be with you in saying it to all hockey reus holdall . course we know when you will see it coaching is how i don't want to go when you see me out johnny managed to. get there when they could only.
i don't think. so overwhelm you. if you want to quadruple. the staff at 10 you. know cause time to. complete he. just. continued to stress you can last evening. we asked for an idea of how often he has to deal with cases of suicide. could all go away and tell you got. the money printed you know you're actually talking then they don't buy new. you off the way. those on would do it you will. be able. because what's he got to. deal with there which i thought i made over. there i could not comment on. the ambulance service press officer interrupts our
conversation very intimate how do i know what. time somebody you don't know there's a. loser you don't wanna. go to visit their. sister to 300. workers it's unclear. that's what they call losing face. don't know. who don't don't want to go to google you. can go to one of the kids on how to keep what i would. guess from a younger korean generation. he is not particularly focused on
a career with a large company produces his own shows on a streaming channel but life can be quite stressful to do the same interview to talk to me though there's a humble good conservative touch of home but it could. cut through. to a bucket with those or a few foxes one following. those images to create talk to someone who is all somebody. very good to call attention to and then don't know where to go their own their turn true because the truth of the. talk shows us one of the most popular and simple ways to cope with stress in korea . in the column in the old.
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know. mr kim kyong young heads the civil service union from local authority staff and at work he talks openly about stress related issues. 20. but. here. when i. turn on term. the union head has come to support a rally for the rights of women who have been laid off. the protesters are wearing burial clothes because himself career losing
a job equates to death. because the way he becomes almost always it would. be from d.c. it could. be. that. he also know. that. it is even one in bordeaux you have. something like that if you. work as a matter of life and death. here so taxi drivers are protesting against a group. it's a common story and as
a mature market prices plum jobs of last. several drivers committed suicide after losing their livelihoods. she. was community a pretty turn of the shooter monday's almost chris rock. year. there are more can a mountain. going to washington all moved on but all. true. cheers all to 100 up to salt. british is to be in. there we're we're. going to. equal. work related stress induced suicide is only part of the problem. this is
a support group for women whose husbands died from overwork. they asked us not to show their faces because they're afraid of potential problems with getting compensation from the companies their husbands work for. guys. who need a. moment. of sudan bit about the end user that. doesn't mean they are on the net who was making them they don't feel she thought of as their moods. i think. she can do the campaign though he may. have studied over in that you know she met. a young. soldier and said need to take him out oh and did. you see him do. alcohol is one of the
most popular ways to relieve stress for regular people celebrating the end of a working week with your peers is almost a tradition in south korea. when you tend to sell pretty. much food and going to. get hit so hard some. didn't have. one. in fact in the last few years friday night parties have been falling out of style in corporate life. who go there who. they. might. look every. time they've.
come to the core of the. many companies are now reducing working alice. executives or even sometimes taking to forcing employees to go home for some rest. they even switch the power off at the end of a working day to ensure that people can't work any longer. of course those measures can't solve the problem of people carrying on with their work from home and the dilemma for employees is clear. the number of working hours may well be reduced but the amount of work to be done often remains the same.
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this is known as death experience the state run social program. my mom father. of me seeing my own little kids he isn't in town. on this he asked. if he thought. this center has been established for a very important reason south korea's economically successful society is going through a crisis of values and the country is working hard to overcome it. him
either way it doesn't hit the. targets house in this house either you don't look good on them for. others and oftentimes are small and so we don't get them to work on programs in. the center so it's a much bigger goals than just helping to cope with stress businesses are presented with one simple sort life is finite and the end could be narrower than you think. or. your thought. is so. tell me. it's all the woman had.
after a short presentation visitors go to a burial room huge hall containing dozens of coffins. such as a prince take a seat next to a coffin and change into burial clothes. they lay down out fail well photo and write a farewell letter. no more. yet to do all you want to weaken the. children. i love will soon. be so. it's time for the funeral everyone gets into their coffins and the lids are closed
each of them i thought. he wouldn't read too much how could i get to be a good tone could not on the author to get i think i feel when i'm in the good children tell him the thought that you can fire one next time you don't come. up with a new. modern day south korea is the product of a highly competitive society so much so that stress is a negative side effect. but it has a positive impact too in the face of such competition you must always strive to be a better version of yourself. parkas heading to a temple where he'll take a break from hectic city life. past to yourself for treats or another popular tool
for alleviating stress and reevaluating priorities. this is what park is looking for. anyone can come here and become a novice of the temple if only for a while. it's all about living like the rest of the monastery does dressing like a novice sleeping like a novice eating like a novice. which means a dramatic change to your usual way of life. tempers they. don't like israel. nor. you know what their temper state of. turkey there was
cut some costs. temple stays are popular. the people who come here all face different issues. some are trying to adapt to the loss of a loved one some are looking to distress from work some trying to dumb down aggression and others are dealing drink problems. this isn't bowing ceremony. participants are expected to perform a team balance. quite a trial for a city dweller. order
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a coffee and see i'm thinking. mindfully say. to the man you cut it totally hooked on the. just the sicko to create a project for me coming. true. or more often their. chin honeybee a key bad analogy for tourism i have heard and read about them in the. cradle it will be a lot of how you can be one telling us. what you are never coming up with causing you. to take an easy to swallow rumors from total you design i mean of the what was said to them without by god there's only one of my own and there to hold. it's not a good look. you know. the tomb doesn't using your washing go to congo
people. are using your. career oriented. everyone is trying to find their path to success. yes and exhausting themselves while doing so. this couple set up their own business after suffering a burn out but it was something that just. 2 figures for sure this year they're put into research literature on the mistress to mother. or if it comes out of the scope of commanders talk all this is suitable to come of it like that because you. think of it. as oh i. see us humans who is the one with us here is the mother who. is.
mr kwan's job was sending people to jail. after retiring he decided to send himself to jail. and build a business on the way. in the prison. the owners of this jail also with chief prisoners the couple each have their own favorite cells and their favorite views inside their jail they prefer to serve time in solitary confinement. but it's a cruelty of cool. because you pop in on those and i upon those is. going to tell you when you go to take a 2 month. thanks to opening
the jail its founders were also given their own freedom and spending time on your own is the unique full riot t. of n.t. stress therapy on offer here. but don't let that. i know that there were no that she got off. of they don't get a $100.00 on a bonus or good about coma how that will meant that's how i guess time goes out of when they seem to get the. whole mobile phones computers and modern communication devices are here. however you are welcome to use a pan of most books. many people start writing or drawing while serving a sentence. or even going on with their head out of the game where they think within a few days when you've got. this has had on a video get through i don't know who i pissed that out of there could go over to
him. the mop up bridge is a good example of how south korea isn't tapping to stress. before 2013 the bridge was a no suicide spot. several psychologists designers went to great lengths to turn it into a safe space. phrases along the railing are intended to reduce stress levels in desperate individuals. they form a dialogue between the bridge and the passers by. apart from being under constant video surveillance the bridge is also a quick panic button. as a result l. reputed mob of bridge changed its name it's now dubbed the bridge of life. after
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