Editors' Picks South Korea's struggling 'dirt spoons' stir trouble for Moon
South Korea's 'dirt spoons' - impoverished youths who are skeptical about being able to get ahead in life because of their backgrounds - are unhappy that President Moon Jae-in has not fulfilled his promise to reign in social inequality. Jayson Albano reports.
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