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Data supplied by the Justice Ministry today revealed that one out of five foreigners in South Korea is living in the country illegally. The report states that about 400,000 foreigners are living undocumented in the Southeast Asian country, its highest in two years. It is believed the number of illegal foreigners staying in Korea rose from 388,000 last December to 394,000 in May, with a monthly average addition of 1,000 this year. Foreigners living in Korea were recorded at 2,081,350 in July. It is believed most migrant workers have overstayed their visa expiry date. Some 34.3% percent of illegal foreigners […]

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