S. Koreans ashamed over safety failures in Halloween tragedy


              Park Young-kee speaks during an interview at a joint memorial altar for victims at Seoul Square in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Hyung-Jin Kim)
            
              Lee Gye-bun speaks during an interview at a joint memorial altar for victims at Seoul Square in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Hyung-Jin Kim)
            
              Kim Kap Soo speaks during an interview at a joint memorial altar for victims at Seoul Square in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Hyung-Jin Kim)
            
              Park You Nam speaks during an interview at a joint memorial altar for victims at Seoul Square in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Hyung-Jin Kim)
            
              FILE - Mourners move to pay tribute for victims of a deadly accident following Saturday night's Halloween festivities at a joint memorial altar for victims at Seoul Square in Seoul, South Korea, Oct, 31, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, File)
            
              FILE - Mourners gather to pay tribute to the victims of a deadly accident following Saturday night's Halloween festivities, on the street near the scene in Seoul, South Korea, Oct. 31, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)
            
              FILE - Rescue workers, firefighters and police officers are seen on the street near the scene in Seoul, South Korea, Oct. 30, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)
            
              FILE - Ambulances and rescue workers arrive at the street near the scene of a crowd surge in Seoul, South Korea, Oct. 30, 2022. The Halloween party crush in Seoul has caused an outpouring of public sympathy toward the 150 dead, but there's also a strong level of embarrassment and anger from citizens toward the country that they say still ignores safety and regulatory issues. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)
S. Koreans ashamed over safety failures in Halloween tragedy