GNP members of the Kuk Hoe have proved that they can act just as childish as their Uri counterparts (JoongAng):
Cursing and scuffling lawmakers found the time yesterday to give final approval to six pieces of legislation on the closing day of the National Assembly's special session.
The Uri Party used some legislative and physical prowess to ram through the legislation with the help of the small Democratic Labor Party, to the dismay of the conservative Grand National Party, which had held the Assembly speaker captive in his own home to try to prevent the bills ― especially three measures designed to attack speculation in real estate ― from coming to a vote.
The GNP may have legitimate reasons for opposing the bills, but Uri is the largest party in the Kuk Hoe and they have the right to bring bills up for a vote. They must do their best they can in their current position to amend bills (or, failing that, shake a few Uri party members from the more extreme ones) until the 2008 legislative elections.