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Is the Customer Really the King?
Kim Jung-yeon  |  jikitty0205@cau.ac.kr
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승인 2018.05.08  20:29:40
트위터 페이스북 미투데이 요즘 네이버 구글 msn
The issue of overusing someone’s power is always hot in Korea. There was controversy over Mr Pizza's supply of cheese at a high price to the affiliated stores by inserting a company connected to relatives into the middle of it. Then, Koreans even boycotted the pizza. It is easy to find people who are angry with abuse of power. When you hear the news that the person who is relatively weak is ignored by the strong person, you can often see people who feel sorry for where social justice has gone. However, people who are angry at these articles related to overusing someone’s power are often rude to part-timers at the stores or restaurants. He or she is angry at rankism, and is unconsciously overusing his or her power on others. These acts begin with the popular perception that the customer is the king. Some let out the links in the store because they paid their money. We can find some customers who throw money at the cashiers and shout and cuss to part timers because of their upset feelings. Is it really acceptable to disregard clerks because they are clerks who have to provide the service? These rude customers hurt the clerks severely. There was also the term emotional worker which referred to these clerks. The term “smile-depression” is a coined word which means feeling blue under the cover of one’s smile. There is the guard who set himself on fire due to verbal abuse by residents, and the woman who killed herself while working as a counselor at a customer center. In a capitalist society, someone is always in the position of a clerk, and someone is always in the position of a client. Even those who force clerks to provide their best service and persecute them if they do not meet their expectations have to themselves provide their best services to others in other fields. We should keep in mind that we can always face the opposite situation. Now we are in a situation where we doubt whether the treatment each human receives is equal, but we are living in a society that seeks equality. The reason is that we have dignity because of our birth. You should no longer put yourself above the clerk because you paid the bill. Because of this idea, our society is being destroyed. A customer is not a king. A customer is just a person who comes to the store. And the customer status is not always maintained. No matter how much you pay for something, you need to observe good manners. Instead of being just enraged in the things you see on the news associated with overusing power, think about whether you have done similar acts before to others.< 저작권자 © 중앙헤럴드 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >
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