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7 Korean tweakers indicted for raping women in Seoul

August 14th, 2012 . by Errol

“Police have indicted seven men, for alleged date rape after the suspects are known to have had sex with housewives whom they met at night clubs, after sneakily putting methamphetamine in the women`s drinks.”

Dong-A Ilbo, 14 August, 2012

Korean Olympic Committee claims that Korean footballer is unable to read 5 syllables of Korean

August 12th, 2012 . by Errol

After South Korea beat Japan 2-0 in the bronze medal play-off last Friday, Korean footballer Park Jong-woo ran around, holding up a sign with the Korean national flag and a slogan saying: 독도우리땅 (Dokdo Our Land).

The Dokdo Rocks are known as Takeshima in Japan and have been disputed territory between Japan and Korea for more than half a century.

The Korean Olympic Committee claims that it was not Park’s sign, but a flag he had seized from a fan, stressing that the provocative incident was not preplanned.

The IOC committee said it would withhold the bronze medal from Park until the case is reviewed by FIFA.

The statutes of both the IOC and FIFA prohibit political statements by athletes and players.

Australian Government swoops on 402 Korean backpackers caught defrauding Australian taxpayers

August 12th, 2012 . by Errol

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“Figures supplied by the Department of Immigration to the Sydeny Morning Herald (home of the Sydeny Opera House) show that over the past three years, 402 Korean working holidaymaker visas have been cancelled, 233 visas from Ireland and 221 visas from the United Kingdom were also cancelled.

The Department of Immigration began investigating rorts surrounding the second-year visa in 2009. It followed the discovery of internet advertisements offering to buy or sell fraudulent documents, which allowed backpackers to falsely claim they had worked in rural jobs to extend their stay.

One backpacker told the Herald she recently obtained a second-year visa by falsely claiming she had worked for three months on a farm south of Sydney.

She said for a fee, a farmer had agreed to hand over his Australian business number and lie to immigration officials if they called. His details had been passed among various backpackers, allowing them to apply for a visa extension. Farmers usually charged $400-$500, she said.

Rorting is rife across the working holiday program that enables Koreans – between the ages of 18 and 31 – a second-year stay if they work for three months in rural areas, or in other primary industries such as fishing.”

Sydeny Morning Herald, 13 August 2012

Deadbeat Dads and No Show Moms: 1 million orphans in Korea

August 1st, 2012 . by Errol

“(B)abies born into unprepared (Korean) families are likely to be sent to one of the 30,000 children’s orphanages across the nation where more than 1 million children are currently taken care of.”

There are about 10 million Korean children up to 18 years of age. i.e. 10% of Korean children are in orphanages.

3 causes: condoms not used, contraceptive pills not used, marital breakdown.

Official number of abortions in Korea in 2011 was “about 170,000 (down) from 340,000 (in 2005), according to statistics from the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

However, the actual number of abortions is likely much higher given that abortions are still illegal (in Korea), with some exceptions, so many of them are not reported, analysts said. If a woman’s life is threatened by infectious disease, or if a woman has been raped, abortions are legal.”

The Korea Times, 1 August 2012

20 000 US military servicemen in Korea impregnated 50 Korean women each (not).

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