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Is it because of their superior culture and beauty?

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I'll be straight :

Many vietnamese women marry S Koreans for money.

In rural areas where hardship is a certainty , girls choose a marriage to have a chance of better life.

Now here comes the problem :

Many dont speak korean language, know nothing of its custom and a lot of them never get to finish 12th grade due to hardship.

So they get abused physically and mentally alot , treated like human breeding machine where they only need to give birth a child and then thrown away through divorce. Korean is let me say has a very strict vertical relationship and chauvinism culture, hence the problem. To add salt to the injury , many S koreans think of them like what japan call comfort women.

The marriage and meeting is also a problem, they are set up by a shady group of 3rd party. These lowlifes put girls into a brothel , forced them to get naked and let men from S koreans , taiwan, … pick them like cattles to get married.

When the marriage is set in stone , it is either living hell or get thrown out to the street. The male party will hold her visa hostage ands abuse her , in some case whole male side will get her to bear their childrens.

Sounds barbaric right ? But that is the absoloute truth as i have personally talked with a woman who have gone through that living hell and come back here. Honour and respect to what she has gone through and still keep it strong.

There is marriage through proper means and loves too and is on the rise , but it is still a minority.

So if any South Koreans are here , i apologize for the hard criticism, yet at the same time i implore you to spread this issue to your family and raise their awareness. If you see any women under likely abuse help them , you have me and my countrymen gratitude.

If you see any morons S Koreans who do such devilish acts , please notify the Viet Nam Embassy in Seoul , the girl may have her visa held hostage and can not act.

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Of course, for money and nationality.

From 1997 to 2020, about 120.000 Vietnamese women married South Korean men through marriage brokers. Currently, the number of Vietnamese women marrying Koreans is more than 6.000 people per year.

However, there are currently less than 50.000 Vietnamese and Korean couples still maintaining their marital status.

More than 70.000 Vietnamese-Korean couples have divorced. accounted for nearly 60%. Twice as much as the divorce rate from other Korean couples with foreign wives.

It is estimated that 80% of Vietnamese brides in Korea have an affair. The reason they gave in defense was that they felt sexually unsatisfied with their Korean husband. Most of them have an affair with Vietnamese workers working in Korea through compatriot meetings. Some adultery cases are open to the public.

About 70% of Vietnamese women who are introduced by marriage brokers to Korean men are recruited from prostitutes. They were recruited by marriage brokers, falsified identification documents, performed virginity surgery. After the marriage procedure is completed, the families of these girls are divided 30% of the money that Korean men pay to a marriage brokerage company to marry Vietnamese women.

Most Vietnamese women after divorcing their Korean husbands will marry Vietnamese workers in South Korea. Currently, there are about 3.000 Vietnamese men marrying Vietnamese women with Korean nationality every year.

In 2020, the Vietnamese community in Korea is about 211 thousand people (About 1/3 of these people already have South Korean citizenship). With a growth rate of about 13.000 people (6.2%) per year (while South Korea's population is decreasing by 0.4% per year). It is estimated that by 2050, there will be more than 600.000 Vietnamese people living permanently in South Korea.

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Pho is a traditional Vietnamese dish that is highly popular and beloved both in Vietnam and worldwide. It is a flavorful and aromatic noodle soup that is considered one of Vietnam's culinary treasures. Here are some characteristics of pho:

Broth: Pho starts with a rich and aromatic broth. The broth is typically made by simmering beef bones, spices (such as star anise, cloves, and cinnamon), and other ingredients for hours to extract maximum flavor. The result is a savory and fragrant broth that forms the base of the soup.

Noodles: Pho is served with flat rice noodles, which are soft and slightly chewy. The noodles are typically cooked separately and added to the bowl when serving.

Meat: Pho can be made with different types of meat. The most common varieties are pho bo (beef pho) and pho ga (chicken pho). The beef version often includes thinly sliced beef, beef balls, or brisket. Chicken pho typically features slices of tender chicken.

Garnishes: Pho is served with a variety of fresh garnishes and condiments. These include bean sprouts, Thai basil, lime wedges, sliced chili peppers, and culantro (a herb similar to cilantro). Diners can customize their bowls by adding these garnishes according to their taste preferences.

Accompaniments: Hoisin sauce and sriracha sauce are often provided at the table for diners to add extra flavor to their pho. These sauces can be mixed into the broth or used as dipping sauces for the meat.

Pho is traditionally enjoyed as a breakfast or lunch dish in Vietnam but can be eaten at any time of the day. It is known for its comforting and satisfying qualities, with the combination of flavorful broth, tender meat, and fresh herbs creating a harmonious balance of flavors. Pho has gained international popularity and is widely available in Vietnamese restaurants worldwide.

It's worth noting that there can be regional variations in pho, with different areas of Vietnam having their own unique styles and flavor profiles. The northern version, for example, tends to have a clearer broth, while the southern version may be slightly sweeter.

Overall, pho is a delicious and iconic dish that represents the vibrant and diverse culinary heritage of Vietnam.

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