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Social Problem Social problems according to the principle of ethics are any actions that cause an issue to the society. In the Sampoong case, the social problems are basically all of the actions that led to the collapse of the Sampoong department store. The social problem develops with the corrupted decision that Lee Joon and his associates made because of their ambitions. Lee Joon was more concerned with the profit of his business than lowering the risk on the society. Joon ignored the advice from professional engineers and made dangerous alteration to the building by added a fifth floor on the unstable base. He later on ignore more advises and fired his worker if they did not carry out his plans. Joon then hired more engineers that corresponded to his flawed design, with no rejection of how unsafe it would be to the customers and the society. The more Joon altered the building design, made the building more unsafe to the customers and citizen waking around it. Every aspect of the Sampoong mall was a disaster waiting to happen. This
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