A Korean grocery store employee, whose name is Jang Soo-hyun, said he was looking for a job as a delivery driver.
“I want to deliver groceries in my hometown,” Jang said.
The 34-year-old from Sejong, South Korea, said his salary was $20,000 a month.
He said he’d have to travel to the United States, China and Japan.
“The grocery delivery market is really strong right now,” he said.
Jang said he started working at a supermarket in Seoul in November, after being laid off from his job at a restaurant in Seoul.
He’s been driving since March.
Jang has a master’s degree in engineering from Seoul National University and worked for Samsung Electronics for 10 years before moving to the U.S. in 2008.
His mother told him to go to Korea for work because she was afraid she’d be deported back to South Korea.
Jung, who is from Seongju, is an immigrant from South Korea who was born and raised in South Korea and said he had no intention of leaving his hometown.
But when his mother asked him to come back to her hometown in January, he said he couldn’t stay.
He said his parents told him not to come to Korea again after he got the job at the supermarket.
After about three months in Korea, he was offered a job at McDonald’s.
He took it, but he’s not sure how much longer he’ll be able to work.
Jae Won-jin, a 29-year old mother of two, said she was in the process of getting married and was looking forward to moving back home to Seoul.
I have a lot of plans, but I can’t go back to my hometown because I need to go back there for a lot more things.
My husband is not going to work, so I’m looking forward for him to work at McDonalds again.
Jeong said her mother was afraid that she might be deported to South Africa and wouldn’t be able be with her in South Koreas.
She said her family is not comfortable going back.
(AP Photo/Chung Sung-Jun)Jeong has a Master’s Degree in computer science from the Seoul National National University.
She said her job was at Samsung Electronics, a company she’s loved for more than 25 years.
Jeong’s mother said her son’s family told him he’d be taken back to the South Korea after he finished his studies.
She said she worries that her son will be deported.
Last year, more than 2,000 Koreans were detained at the border and held without charges, according to the Yonhap news agency.
More than 500 Koreans have been detained for suspected crimes at the North Korean border.
North Korean authorities have not commented on the incident at the Korean-U.S.-U.K. border.