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South Korea is increasing its quota of Thai workers next year from 2,500 to 15,000, but there’s a catch. Thais interested in filling the positions must learn Korean and pass a language test. Prime Minister Office spokesperson Anucha Burapachaisiri reported today that the Thai Labour Minister, Suchart Chomklon, discussed the quota of Thai workers in South Korea with the Korean Ambassador to Thailand, Moon Seoung-Hyun, during the APEC meeting. The visas allowed for Thai workers will be divided into three groups: 5,000 (from the former 2,500) people will be allowed to apply for the Non-Professional Employment Visa or E-9 visa. […]

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