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Thai workers learn Korean to migrate to South Korea

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Seoul Station and Hangang-daro in South Korea

Seoul Station and Former Daewoo Group Headquarters Building in South Korea. Photo: Kys951.

Many Thai workers have applied to take a standardised Korean language test so they can legally work and live in South Korea.

The language proficiency test is done through South Korea’s Employment Permit System (EPS) for foreign workers. The system was adopted by the country’s Department of Employment to accommodate Thai workers wishing to work in South Korea.

Full story: Bangkok Post

Penchan Charoensuthipan

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