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Koreans barred from leaving PH

CEBU CITY, Philippines—The Bureau of Immigration and Deportation (BID) has issued a hold departure order against three South Koreans tagged in several car theft cases in Cebu.

Senior Superintendent Patronelli Baldebrin, Mandaue City police director, said that on Wednesday morning, they received the BID Manila hold departure order for Kim Kyung Hwan, 33; Won Seok Lee, 32; and Jang Hyun Lee, 34.

Kim, Won and Jang are accused of stealing the gray Hyundai Starex van of Francisco Perater Jr. in Barangay Parian, Cebu City, in early February. Chito Aragon, Inquirer Visayas


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Tags: car theft , Crime , South Korean

  • Noel

    It used to be only Chinese fugitives and criminals in the Phl.  Now, Koreans who once were students here are now criminals.

  • kilawon

    how about those american pedo!?

  • mangtom

    Yes, kilawon, what about them? What have they got to do with this post? Are you still mad at the Americans for rejecting your application for US visa? Pitiful(of BS)-to quote your boy(girl)friend txt(woman?)txtman.

    • kilawon

       mangmang tom! we’re talking about the undesirable criminals here, which should be deported!…. dont tell me, you let your children do the YUM YUM to pedohiles ! ewww

  • mangtom

    Sir kilawen, oh sori, kilawon pala..kung I got you where it hurts. Pasensya na lang po kayo. Hindi ko alam na sensitive pala kayo. Hindi bale. Mag-apply na lang kayo sa China. That’s where you belong. Maraming siopao doon-he-he-he.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RB77HFWKYPOOSGRUY4BZD6RJ4U Ronald

    pera na naman yan

  • http://twitter.com/superphoenix superphoenix

    Hey Inquirer! The title of your column is vague & misleading.

    • http://twitter.com/absurdword Jose Mateo S. Boza

      LOL I agree, the headline made me think ALL Koreans were barred from leaving the entire Philippines…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NJFZ74ONHOR72AVYN44JZRZG3A Archie

     marami pang illegal na koreano sa bataan. nagta trabaho at nagnenegosyo dun pero ang mga permit nila nakakapagtaka kung pano naka kuha. may mga driver, supervisor sa construction, interpreter, na dapat locals na ang gumagawa ayon sa batas. pati yung mga ibinebenta nila mas mababa pa sa mga local goods, siguro idinadaan sa SBMA. pulubi yata ung mga opisyales ng gobyerno sa bataan: mga bulag, pipi at bingi. pati ung ibang korean company dun, may di nagbabayad ng SSS, overtime, holiday pay. dapat ipatapon ung mga opisyales ng gobyerno



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