South Korean Ambassador in Ulaanbaatar involved with Mongolian teen girl romanticaly, fathered a child and then refused to pay child support

One of the cases of foreign males in Ulaanbaatar who had Mongolian teen age girl as lover hit the surface..... This time, it was highest ranking South Korean official-its Ambassador.He reportedly had a Mongolian lover, a college girl. She is one of thousands of Mongolian students who learns Korean and ended up abused by the South Korean top official in Ulaanbaatar.
Shame on you South Korea and your people in Ulaanbaatar. There are very few decent South Koreans in Ulaanbaatar. Most are like their ambassador.They can be characterized by unemotional, serious look and not interested in anything except money and sex. Maybe, Japan was right when it dominated Korea before. These people needs some kind of dictator to herd them to factories and do mass production and teach them right or wrong. These are not individualistic people and lacks common human concept of passion, love, decency.Maybe Japanese military should come back and teach them right or wrong... They are very much into material society and only thing they value is money and rotten Kimchi.

About 5000 of robotlike, unemotitional people make up "South Korean community in Ulaanbaatar" that runs laundries, restaurants, hotels and also Christian churches. They basically took over Mongolian small and medium businesses in Ulaanbaatar. They employ many young Mongolian girls and women, many from countryside. We are quiet certain this kind of abuse, sexual slavery is happening in every one of these South Korean businesses in Ulaanbaatar.It is so easy how these Koreans treat their Mongolian employees and staff. Just visit a Korean restaurant. You will see a Korean owner elderly man or woman sitting by cash machine and directing local Mongolians.Once a while, when mongolian employees sit or chat with each other, these ugly looking Koreans start shouting and hit the Mongolians. It is typical for them to act this way. Any of these "Kim" or "Choi" are not different from each other. They are all rotten Kimchis.


SHAME ON YOU SOUTH KOREAN PEOPLE IN ULAANBAATAR. WE KNOW THAT YOU ARE NOT CREAM AND FLOWER OF YOUR COUNTRY AND YOUR PEOPLE.YOU ARE HERE TO ABUSE MONGOLANS AND MAKE MONEY...YOU ARE LIKE SLAVE OWNERS IN ULAANBAATAR

BUT AT LEAST YOU BE DECENT UP TO PAY 'CHILD SUPPORT' TO POOR MONGOLAN GIRL WHO GAVE BIRTH TO YOUR CHILD.

BY SHAGAI, CONTRIBUTOR TO MONGOLIANVIEWS.COM



By Lee Tae-hoon

As the sex scandal involving South Korean diplomats expanded Thursday, it was found that an ambassador to Mongolia resigned last year over an extramarital affair.

Park Jin-ho, who served as ambassador to Ulaanbaatar from 2006 through 2009, stepped down in February 2010 for having had an inappropriate relationship with a Mongolian college girl and fathering a child with her, sources said.

They say she asked for child support, but Kim refused to pay any.

Upon his return to Seoul, she filed a complaint to the South Korean embassy in Mongolia and Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MOFAT).

The ambassador is known to have said that the woman threatened him and asked for an exorbitant sum.

Worrying that the incident could harm Korea’s bilateral relationship with Mongolia, MOFAT reportedly wrapped up the case with the ambassador’s resignation.

The foreign ministry has been at one of its lowest points since last year.

Former Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan had to step down in September following the disclosure that the ministry gave preferential treatment in hiring his daughter.

It then vowed to institute reforms including in its recruitment policy.

The ministry, however, was grilled recently when lawmakers discovered errors in the translation of the free trade accord between Korea and the European Union. Then this week, the sex scandal involving a Chinese woman and several South Korean consuls broke, further embarrassing the nation’s diplomatic corps.

Critics say Lee’s tendency to offer consulships as a reward to his aides is to blame for the mistakes that inexperienced politician-turned-diplomats make.

They include Lee’s political appointment of Kim Jeong-kee, the former consul general of Shanghai, and the appointments of Kim Jae-su and Lee Ha-ryong, as consuls general in Los Angeles and Seattle, respectively.

He attempted to nominate a Korean-American who had helped in his election campaign as consul in Atlanta, but he had to withdraw the plan in the face of mounting public criticism

“The problem stems from (Lee’s insistence) to do favors for those who worked for him at the Grand National Party,” said Rep. Park Sun-young of the minor opposition Liberty Forward Party.

Choi Jong-kun, a political professor at Yonsei University, says it was wrong for the President to appoint Kim Jeong-kee as he was inexperienced and unable to handle delicate diplomatic issues.

“It is not absolutely necessary to fill overseas missions with career diplomats,” Choi said. “But it is important to hire someone with professional diplomatic skills.”
leeth@koreatimes.co.kr


Source: Koreatimes.co.kr




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  1. Naad buzar bulai omhii solongosuudaa hooj yavuulaachee....

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