Korean Woman Caught Smoking e-cigarette on Korean High-speed Train

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Korean Woman Caught Smoking e-cigarette on Korean High-speed Train
A Korean woman was caught vaping on a high-speed train, streaming it on YouTube, causing controversy and tarnishing the railway's reputation.

According to a report by sedaily, a South Korean woman recently smoked an e-cigarette on a South Korean high-speed railway SRT (Supreme Railways System) train and shared this act on YouTube.


According to a report from JTBC's "The Responsible Party" program, an incident occurred on the 15th of this month. At the time, a female passenger on an SRT train from Dongtan to Busan was caught smoking an e-cigarette inside the train's restroom. She quietly addressed the audience during a livestream, saying, "I am sneaking a smoke," before exhaling smoke in front of the camera and continuing to smoke the e-cigarette.


This incident has caught the attention and sparked controversy among the South Korean population, particularly as smoking on public transportation is illegal. The inappropriate behavior of this Korean woman has also had a negative impact on the reputation of South Korea's high-speed rail system.


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