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Tue, 12 Mar 2019 20:16 EDT
Daughter lying to father in south korea
My son married a young woman from south korea that is lying to her father about my family status.I'm a divorced sole mother and raised my son along with his 2 brothers after escaping his violent alcoholic father over 30 years ago.His grandfather is a korean war veteran of the australian navy, where he was a clearance diver. This woman avoided going back to south korea when her visa was to expire by falling pregnant and marrying my son. As her father was going to arrange a marriage when she returned. She is rude, a liar,manipulative and very deceptive in her ways. Her parents have made 2 trips out to australia and on both occasions,the most recent in november 2018,she has avoided me meeting her parents along with my sons grandfather,by making up lies about me causing a rift between myself and son. On both occasions,her parents have spent time with my exhusband and passed off his longtime girlfriend as my sons mother.(i was informed of this via friends).my exhusband had no input,(his choice)and gave no monetary support in the raring of my sons.I think it is disgraceful how disrespectful this south korean woman is to myself and my father.But not only that, to be dishonouring her father..I would truely like to make contact with her father in South Korea, so that i can bring all his daughters lies out into the light and set it straight.. As i do know that if her father had known that myself and my sons father were divorced he would not have allowed them to marry. Any assistance on this matter would be truely appreciated.
Sat, 23 Feb 2019 00:53 EST
Hello we are travelling from Sydney Australia to Barcelona Spain the Flight stops at Seoul layover for 17.50 hours do we have to have a visa for 1 night or is the arrival card good enough to stay in a motel for 1 night leave next day Thank You Rhonda
olimpia marina
Sun, 2 Nov 2014 01:06 EDT
dogs cats
we are wery disappointed about the fact that your government accepts criminal acts against innocent animals in your Country..We ask you to arrest and punish the criminals..Think about the stigma oon your country and the damage it can cause to your Country's reputation.We will start to boycott and will inform the whole world about this..We will organise meetings in front of your Embassy and Consulates unless you inform us about your intentions....It is an OUTRAGE.
Ronald Gibson
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 23:12 EDT
interest in acquiring 2 x 500 MW Boilers
We seek to make contact most senior with Samsung,s representatives who may interested in the above.

Such are available for immediate dismantling and transport to South Korea and or Indonesia

These are State Government owned facilities and we act on their behalf to facilitate a sale.
Barbro Wolthers
Sat, 20 Jul 2013 20:56 EDT
Treatment of dogs for human consumption
Dear Consulate.
From what I see happens to dogs in your country
I am chocked and must ask that something stops the suffering.
Animals are eaten all over the world but dogs are
Mans best friend. They save people assist disabled and give
Unconditional Love. Please make something happen
To change this barbaric treatment.
Kind Regards
Barbro Wolthers
Michael Hadzich
Tue, 18 Dec 2012 00:48 EST
Korean Married cheat report,
Hi Everyone,
As I am friend of many Koreans in Quensland,ans some of them we also know they cheating on their married partners so we like to report this bad behaviour,tis people work part time in Australia and have wifes and family an Korea,we know they have institution in Korea but we dont know where and contact, so please let us help to inform this most discusting behaviour p-lease,
If you can proivide as with email or telephone of this institution in Korea,

Kind regards
W Haleeatersrgross
Thu, 5 Jul 2012 09:50 EDT
What on earth are you thinking South Korea re whaling
I am very very disappointed with the decision re South Korea deciding whale for 'scientific purposes'. You disappoint me and have fallen in my estimation. I can suggest to the people of South Korea to change govt. at the next elections to a party that will not support killing whales.

I would also suggest concerned Australians begin a personal economic ban on purchasing any known South Korean products as a reaction to the desire of South Korea to begin hunting and killing whales. Do not purchase that Samsung Galaxy phone, reject driving Kia, and Hyundia, don't purchase that Samsung electronic device. And to think I was fan of my Sangean digital radio...I will be selling this now as protest to this backward action.

Poor decision for the 21st century South Korean government. Your good people deserve better. A government working for the betterment of the environment rather than against it.

Please re-consider your decision OR bear the consequences of personal economic protest.
Venus Vogphrachanh
Wed, 11 Apr 2012 23:53 EDT
Constructions Jobs In Korea
Dear Sirs

I would like to enquire about the Constructions jobs in Korea.

Could you please advise me how to search for the abovementioned jobs.

I have been working in the Building Industries for 20 years and I am interesting to work in Korea.

Yours Sincerely

Venus Vongphrachanh
Mob: 0438 140 156
Bill Huxley
Sun, 13 Nov 2011 22:55 EST
Sth Korean's Please Drive Properly.
I am going to South Korea and I am asking you please drive to the speed limit & obey the road rules. Do not drink to much & stop every 1 half hour on long tripsto rest drink water wash eyes rest for 30 minutes & do not watch DVD Movies or talk on your Cell Phone when driving. Please stop for me & others at Pedestrian Crossings & Traffic Lights, please get your disipline back and think of others please think about this, if we all do this we will see our family at the end of each day, thank you. Date: 14 Nov 2011.

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