South Korean Ambassador Promised to Eliminate Korean Mafias from PH

South Korean Ambassador Kim Jae-shi wipe out members of Korean Mafias from the Philippines in an open forum held at the ballroom of Royce Hotel in Clark Free Zone on February 15.

The assembly was attended by Philippine National Police (PNP), South Korean Embassy, Korean Community Association-Central Luzon, and the local governments of Pampanga and Angeles City at the ballroom of Royce Hotel in Clark Freeport Zone on February 15.

“Regarding the Korean Mafia, if you will inform us any of those people, we will do our best to return those people back to our country and we hope that the good and kind Koreans would continue to visit this country. We are striving hard to return all of those Korean Mafias and bad people back to our country,” Kim said through an interpreter.

Kim also mentioned in the open forum that there are about 90,000 Koreans living in the Philippines and around 20,000 of them are in Pampanga.

Pampanga Vice Governor Dennis Pineda seek help from South Korean embassy officials in going after Koreans who conspire police rascals who persecute Korean living in the country.

An executive order creating the Korean Assistance Office of the Pampanga provincial government was signed by Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda. The said office will be by the Vice Governor and is composed of the department heads of the provincial capitol.

Meanwhile, PNP Director General Ronald dela Rosa guarantee the safety of Korean Living and doing business in the country.

“I would like to assure everyone that the Philippine National Police, with the support of the local governments of Pampanga and the city of Angeles, will do its best to secure every one of you. The Jee Ick Joo incident should be the last incident that victimized a Korean national,” he said.

Dela Rosa also persuaded Koreans to trust the police authorities, especially the newly created counter-intelligence task force assigned to hunt bad policemen. He requested Korean Communities in Central Luzon to collaborate with the police authorities and local government units to report any illegal activities or any crime penetrated by the scalawag police or immediate action.

Vice Governor Pineda ensured that their office will employ interpreters to assist Korean complainants.

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