Koreans are wary of being whistleblowers about harassment at family-run conglomerates or chaebol that dominate South Korean business.
Their big fear: the companies will turn on them for rocking the boat and they will be victimized again.
Instead, South Koreans are turning to Blind, which now has over a million users in the world's most wired country.
"Employees are reluctant to use internal bulletins for fear of reprisals which is part of our country's corporate culture,"said a banker at a South Korean state run bank who uses the app."I think Blind can make people talk more freely, which can't be controlled by their companies." In less than 24 hours after the launch of the #Me Too board on Blind more than 500 posts were uploaded, making the app intermittently unavailable due to heavy traffic, the app's operator says.
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