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A Korean rat snake, guroongi, loses its home because of habitat destruction, and a child is evicted from his home because of excessive urban redevelopment.
Bad Money Drives Out Good
A Chinese pond turtle, namsaengi, loses its natural habitat because of the spread of invasive non- native species, and an owner of a small stationary store loses her business because of the opening of a large supermarket nearby.
An oriental stork, hwangsae, is paralyzed by the toxic pesticide which is used to increase the production of crops, and an office worker is stressed because of workplace politics
When it Rains, it Pours
A long-tailed goral, sanyang, originally living in the mountains tries to survive avalanches by moving to the city, and a girl living in a basement tries to survive a flood by climbing onto a shelf.
Korean red foxes, bulgeunyeowoo, look for food in the garbage pile instead of hunting for rats because of rat poison, and a child looks for safety in the alleyways after witnessing domestic violence and suffering lack of support from relatives and officials.
Eurasian otters, eurushiasoodal, suffer indiscriminate hunting and are confined to cages, and Korean teenagers suffer societal pressure and are confined to their designated seats at school.
Cycle of Exploitation
A sika deer, daeryooksaseum, is being exploited for oriental medicine, and a woman is being exploited for human trafficking.
An Asiatic black mother bear and cub, bandalgaseumgom, once considered as harmful, are forced out of their natural habitat, and a homeless man, unwelcomed by the city, is forced out to a shantytown.
A Baikal teal, kachangorri, finds no food because of the advancement of agricultural machinery, and a farmer finds no job because of the same reason.
For the Invisible
Musk deer, sahyangnoroo, are powerless before poachers who want their musk for making perfumes, and service workers are powerless before customers and managers who walk all over them.