180 Myanmar workers arrive in South Korea on EPS recruitment day

On the day that South Korea recruited a million foreign workers under the EPS system, up to 180 Myanmar workers arrived there, according to a statement issued by the Myanmar Embassy.

Through the Public Overseas Employment Agency (POEA), 188 new EPS manufacturing workers arrived at Incheon International Airport from Yangon on 25 June on Myanmar National Airlines UB 8301 (charter flight) and Singapore Airlines flight.
The labour attaché from the Myanmar Embassy in Seoul welcomed the workers, advised them on what they should do, and provided assistance.
“The migration of Myanmar workers today marks South Korea’s EPS foreign worker recruitment from 16 countries reaching one million,” the embassy said.
In May, a total of 170 EPS workers were sent to the Republic of Korea via POEA – 152 new manufacturing workers on 21 May, 146 new manufacturing workers and 24 agriculture and livestock workers on 7 May.
According to the embassy, the monthly despatch of EPS Myanmar workers totalled 421 under E-9 visas in April, 862 in March, and 1,333 under E-9 visas in February. — MT/ZS

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