This video is called Police Brutality in South Korea.
Another video which used to be on the Internet used to say about itself:
South Korean police grabs a female protester from behind by her hair, pushes her to the ground, and kicks her in the head.
The female protester had to crawl under the bus to escape the beating.
Kyunghang Shinmun, a local daily paper, reported that the female protester, a student at Seoul National University, was assaulted again after she came out from under the bus.
From the British Parliament:
Early Day Motion
That this House is concerned that the South Korean authorities have arrested leading figures in the Candlelight movement, which is protesting over the risk of BSE from imported US beef; notes that in addition to the arrest of Lee Seok-haeng of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, the house of the only Candlelight movement leader to escape arrest, Kim Kwang-il, has been illegally searched, and his telephone records used to harass other activists; further notes that Amnesty International has voiced concern at these actions and is investigating; believes that South Korea took a huge step forward with the end of the decades of military rule in 1988; strongly condemns this new 1980s-style repression; and calls on the South Korean authorities to respect the right to freedom of assembly and expression.
Wareing, Robert N
POLICE commandos stormed a vacant office building occupied by displaced tenants in central Seoul on Tuesday, sparking a clash and a blaze that killed six people and injured 23: here.
Not OK: Prosecutors Seek To Jail Korean Actress for Adultery: here.