158 illegal Thai employees in South Korea arrested at Thai singer concert

Police arrested 158 illegal Thai employees in South Korea after they visited two restaurants to attend concerts of a well-known Thai singer. Following the incident, the singer expressed her regret and posted an apology video on TikTok.
Chutima Sodapak, also recognized as Arm Chutima, was performing in concerts at two bars in Incheon City, South Korea. During her first performance, a raid occurred, and 149 illegal Thai staff were arrested. Jackpot had been arrested at the second bar throughout Arm’s second efficiency. All of the employees had been fined for illegally getting into and dealing in South Korea.
According to Channel 3, every Thai citizen was fined 800,000 baht for illegally coming into and dealing in South Korea.
The singer felt guilty that her concert events led to the arrest of the workers and expressed her remorse on her TikTok account, arm_chutima, yesterday to apologise to her fans in South Korea. She was seen within the video with a sad face. The video caption said…
“I am sorry with all of my coronary heart. I am really sorry.” Watch the video HERE.
Arm also posted one other video to express her help for all Thai folks working in South Korea. Arm mentioned within the caption…
“I am rooting for all Thai individuals in South Korea. If you get drained, learn to relaxation. Your families in Thailand are looking forward to assembly you.”
Arm additionally expressed her disappointment that she didn’t get a chance to sing throughout her concerts, as most of her audience was arrested earlier than the show started.
Arm’s followers on TikTok tried to cheer her up. Most said that the arrests were not her fault. Some followers blamed unlawful Thai employees in South Korea for causing difficulties for Thai vacationers coming into the country.
The suppression of unlawful staff in South Korea is a significant issue. The South Korean authorities asked for cooperation from the Thai government to assist suppress illegal Thai employees.
Last month, the Thai Government spokesperson, Ratchada Thanadirek, introduced during a press convention that unlawful Thai employees, or the little ghosts, may return to Thailand without punishment or nice if they registered and travelled back earlier than February 28.
However, many Thai staff selected to stay even if they had been at risk as a result of working in South Korea allowed them to earn a lot more cash..

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