The Joongang Ilbo explains a little:
About 40 lawmakers from the main opposition Democratic Party occupied the conference room of the Budget and Account Committee of the National Assembly yesterday morning to protest the ruling Grand National Party’s plan to form a subcommittee on adjusting the budget bill.
Rough stuff in the National Assembly is a fairly regular occurrence, and though the Korean Embassy in New Zealand once complained about a commercial there that featured video footage of brawling politicians, saying
It depicted Korean politics and people in a negative fashion and was therefore offensive to the Korean community in New Zealand.
perhaps politicans that behave like this depict Korean politics and people in a negative fashion and are therefore offensive to the Korean community in New Zealand. This latest episode doesn't compare to July's Media Law Pay Per View
or to last year's December to Remember.