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BI to deport, blacklist Korean sex trafficker Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:20 AM May 29, 2018 The Bureau of Immigration (BI) is set to deport and blacklist a Korean wanted in Seoul for running a prostitution ring in the Philippines that caters to Korean tourists. According to Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente, Hong Yong, 44, was arrested by immigration authorities at Clark International Airport as he prepared to board an Asiana Airlines flight to Seoul last week. The arrest came after an immigration officer saw his name on the BI watch list of foreign fugitives. Dana Krizial Sandoval, BI spokesperson, said in a statement that Hong was put on the watch list on Jan. 18. The Korean Embassy reported that Hong was wanted in Korea for “arranging the sexual traffic” of Korean tourists. Hong, the BI said, sent pictures of Filipino prostitutes to Korean clients and collected the equivalent of P9,000 in initial payment per transaction. Hong used a travel agency he set up in Pampanga for the illegal operation, Sandoval said in the BI statement. —Tina G.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has done some unusual things on international trips. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un rarely leaves his country. But when he does, observers have noted some of his unusual travel habits. They include his insistence on having a "personal toilet" and bringing a special noodle machine from Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has reportedly agreed to meet with President Donald Trump in the Korean demilitarized zone, according to news reports on Tuesday. For Kim, the meeting will mark a rare moment in the public eye. The enigmatic leader visited the DMZ last week to meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-In, and in March he traveled to China to meet with President Xi Jinping, but otherwise has not left his native country since he took office in 2011. Kim's previous turns on the international stage have revealed some of his curious travel habits, like his need for a "personal toilet" to accompany him and his insistence on bringing a special noodle machine on trips. Read on to read about the unusual things Kim does when he goes on international trips.
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