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Bank employees in Seoul, South Korea stage a well organized protest

Ahn Young-Joon / AP

Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) employees shout slogans during a protest to oppose the sale of a controlling stake in their bank to Hana Financial Group in front of the headquarters of the KEB in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, June 15, 2011. U.S. private equity group Lone Star Funds agreed in last November to sell its 51.02 percent stake in Korea Exchange Bank to South Korea's Hana Financial Group for 4.69 trillion won, or US$4.2 billion at current exchange rates. The letters on the headbands read "Defend Korea Exchange Bank."

Jo Yong-Hak / Reuters

Unionised workers from Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) hold a rally opposing Hana Financial Group's KEB acquisition plan and financial regulators' allowance of the plan, in front of the bank's headquarters in Seoul, June 15, 2011.

 Most protests look more chaotic than this one that took place in South Korea today.