SEOUL -- Kia Motors Corp. union workers plan to hold a three-hour strike today, June 24, to demand higher wages.
The strike will be the first of several at the country's second largest automaker, the union said.
The union also said it would meet today.
Workers want a 12.5 percent pay increase in their monthly salaries, which amounts to about $106. They also want a 300 percent increase in bonuses.