Tell the Korean government what you think

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Ripped straight from Roboseyo for the benefit of my readers:

According to this blurb in the Korea Herald, the Prime Minister’s office has opened a suggestion box for the month of March.

Are there rules or regulations that are gumming up your groove, in areas like “immigration, personal identification, status change, economic activities or daily lives of non-Koreans, foreign spouses of Koreans or overseas Koreans”? Can you think of regulations or systems that are discriminatory?

Ripped straight from Roboseyo for the benefit of my readers:

According to this blurb in the Korea Herald, the Prime Minister’s office has opened a suggestion box for the month of March.

Are there rules or regulations that are gumming up your groove, in areas like “immigration, personal identification, status change, economic activities or daily lives of non-Koreans, foreign spouses of Koreans or overseas Koreans”? Can you think of regulations or systems that are discriminatory?
Drop a line to [email protected] or send a fax to (02) 2100-2323 sometime this month, and if they like your ideas, you might even win some gift certificates.

Tell your friends. Tell all your friends.

I’ll be e-mailing them with a few ideas. Remember to be respectful, as best as possible, and to give specific suggestions.

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