The year is 1961, and General Park Chung-hee’s military coup has come to fruition, establishing a new, mysterious government with General Park at helm. The South Korean economy is in shambles after the bloody Korean War and the corrupt regime of Syungman Rhee, leaving North Korea as the stronger Korea. Park wants to rapidly develop South Korea, but needs the support of the chaebols, the corporate dynasties that hold the future of South Korea’s economy in their hands. These chaebols are walking a fine line between appeasing Park’s desires and attracting the ire of Park’s administration. Park needs their help to achieve his Korean vision, a project that could result in massive gains for the chaebols as well as the Korean people. Although disobedience comes at a cost, cooperation may lead to greater political influence and economic prosperity. In this committee, delegates will act either as heads of the most powerful chaebols or high-profile political leaders and must juggle the responsibilities of appeasing the Park regime, influencing Park himself, and filing their own pockets (and perhaps enriching the country along the way). Delegates will have the ability to form partnerships with political leaders and form their own conglomerates for their mutual benefit, but greed will test the strength of these alliances over the course of the committee.