My previous employer was dodgy and bullying. On completion of my contract, they refused to pay my pension or severance. There were also several incidences of contract violation: denial of vacation, not being able to choose my apartment, etc.
Now, I've returned to Busan and made a complaint with the Labor Board regarding these issues. It's taken over a month, but finally they seem to be doing something. However, even though the forms I submitted online were in English, they've made no attempt to use the slightest bit of English in their replies to me.
I get long Korean legalese text messages and apparently I'm due to receive some certified mail today. At least, that's what I've been able to discern from my dictionary. Don't get me wrong, I can get by in Korean well enough... I pay my bills, I visit the bank, I order food, take taxis, etc. Legal language is certainly not something I've studied.