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Philippines to deport Korean wanted for sex crimes

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MANILA, Philippines—The Bureau of Immigration (BI) is set to deport a South Korean national arrested for allegedly operating a prostitution ring in Manila.

BI Commissioner Ricardo David Jr. identified the Korean as Park Jun Youn, 44, who was arrested on April 18 at his rented apartment along Debron St., Makati by operatives of the bureau’s fugitive search unit (FSU).

Park was arrested after the BI Board of Commissioners issued a summary deportation order against him for being an undesirable alien.

“He should be deported for taking advantage of the Filipino women whom he had exploited and lured to have sex with Korean men,” David said.

Immigration acting intelligence chief Atty. Ma. Antonette Mangrobang said Park was issued an arrest warrant by the Cheongju district court in Korea last year when he was charged with violating Seoul’s anti-sexual trafficking and brokering law.

The charge alleged that between March 2007 and March 2008, Park enticed scores of Korean male tourists to travel to Manila and have sex with Filipinas via his “escort service” business.

Park allegedly charged a fee of P75,000 to each Korean man who availed of the women’s “escort” services.

Park was able to obtain a permanent visa in 2010 but Mangrobang said it was already cancelled.

“A permanent visa does not confer a foreigner the absolute right to stay in the Philippines. It is only a privilege that can be withdrawn if the foreigner’s presence here is inimical to our national interest,” Mangrobang said.


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Tags: Bureau of Immigration , escort services , Park Jun Youn , sex crimes , South Korea

  • Bulagas

    si Grace Lee din….. deport na yan sex maniac daw yan….

    Si pwenoy pwede bang i deport sa shoal??? buwahahha

    • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

      mas matino pilipinas
      kong ikaw ang i exile

      • ASA KAPA

        @jobon: agreed

  • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

    di pa rin nagbabago koreano

    ang mga iyan ang abusado
    sa japan army noong ww2

    • http://twitter.com/MarkMen2000 MarkMen2000

      Wag nyo lahatin ang mga Koreano dito sa Pilipinas..,, marami sa kanila estudyante at turista…. May ibang lahi din na gumagawa nyan dito sa Pilipinas. Sex tours are illegal and should be stop. May mga locals na tumutulong sa mga foreign criminals, dapat mahuli at maparusahan din sila…

      • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

        parang intsik yang mga koreano
        mababa tingin nila sa pilipino

        of course may mga matino rin

    • ASA KAPA

      loko ka ba ang mga hapon ang abusado
      specifically yung militar nila
      atsaka nasakop ng mga hapon ang korea
      kaya hindi abuse yun payback yan
      atsaka wag mong lahatin ang mga koreano dahil sa aksyon ng iisang koreano

      • http://joboni96.myopenid.com/ joboni96

        tanungin mo lolo mo
        noong ww2
        at tignan mo mga shipyards nila



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