Herbert Smith Freehills recently announced that it is closing its Seoul office after a decade on the ground.

I say “announced” but its announcement came in the form of a media release with the headline “New global platform for Herbert Smith Freehills’ Korea practice,” in which the firm explained that its work involving Korea has become more international in nature, therefore warranting “a new approach.”

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