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South Korea: Foreign migrant workers

Occidentalism‘s Matt looks at a recent move by the South Korean government aimed at improving the situation of the country's foreign worker population.

“It is claimed to be so bad that foreign workers returning to their home countries start to actively campaign against Korea,” he notes. “The most well-known case of this is an organisation in Thailand called the Anti Korean Interests Agency’ (AIKA) that threatened terrorist attacks against Korean targets, including Korean citizens in SE Asia, and Korean Air.”

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