Two nuclear reactors have been temporarily suspended in South Korea and two more reactors have been postponed, after allegations involving supply of fake parts were made.

South Korea’s Nuclear Safety and Security Commission (NSSC) decided to delay the start and restart of new and old reactors as a result of the discovery of fake certificates (forged quality warranties) being used to supply parts, most notably at the Gori nuclear complex and Wolseong plant.
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It means 10 out of 23 reactors going offline in the country.

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