Korean man claims his Mongolian wife abused him for 10 years

Korean man ( L) talks about how he is abused by his Mongolian wife during a Korean TV show 

One korean man participated in a Korean TV show and spoke about his life with Mongolian woman. He said he married with one Mongolian woman in 2003 and lived together for almost 10 years.However, it seems, he ended up abused by tough Mongolian woman and felt very unhappy. In 2004, he had the wedding ceremony with his Mongolian wife and gave much money to his in-laws and even arranged overseas trip for them and paid for school tuition of his step-son and all costs associated with the wedding. 

However, according to the poor Korean guy, his wife was abusing him all the time and beat him up. Friends of the Korean guy and his neighbors never believed his wife beats him. Therefore, he decided to talk about it on TV show. 

Currently, his wife went back to Mongolia along with their 7-year old son. The korean guy said he don't want his wife back, however, just want to bring his son back to Korea. 

We don't know whether this alleged story is true or not. Koreans are largest ethnic group that marries with Mongolian women. So, it could be true. Some hardened Mongolian woman can easily beat up soft, fragile Korean guys who uses cosmetics. Nothing surprising. 



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