Petition for the Retention of the Filipino Market

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4 Responses

  1. Joy says:

    I really hope it doesn’t get banished. It discourages multiculturalism and would further tarnish Korea’s reputation of accepting foreigners. I also would hope that these people (Filipino and Koreans) in that neighborhood could get together and discuss the issues instead of coming to such rash conclusions.

    One hopes~

  2. Jerick Mac says:

    sayang naman kung mawawala yun. iisa lang ba ang “little manila” sa korea?
    gusto ko pa namang makita.. 🙁
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  3. mrmp says:

    hello! Ms. Betchie,

    hope the government will find a better place for philippine market.we went there again last sunday attending a holy mass with my fiance. right after the holy mass we bought some goodies. it was really crowded. Hopefully they will transfer it for better, safe location. But yesterday, we went to the Philippine embassy may isang store na for filipinos owned by filipino couples “KC Philippines” ang name ng store. an option if going to hyewa or nearby nasa yongsan lang kami i think we will be going there to buy some. if nasa itaewon ka or yongsan malapit lang talaga.

  4. Anthony says:

    like what my friend told me: “it’s only good to be a foreigner in Korea if your a tourist”

    But I don’t think as foreigners that we should ask them to conform to our ways…I too am an immigrant, luckily in one of the most multicultural cities of the world, and yet there are still things that dont ‘fit’ the norm from a Filipino perspective, but I don’t demand that my surroundings bend to accommodate me, instead, it is I that adjusts, isn’t that one of the traits that define as us Filipinos?

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