Nepalis Work In South Korea

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Nepalis in South Korea comprise migrants
from Nepal to South Korea, including
temporary expatriates and permanent
residents, as well as their locally born
descendants. The Nepalis in South Korea
are mainly of four distinct ethnic groups
: Bahun (Brahmins), Chhetri (Rajputs),
Madhesis and Janjatis.

The first wave of Nepalese immigration
began in the late 1980s. After Nepal
restored its democracy in the 1990s,
labour laws were changed to allow
Nepalese youths to go abroad in search of
work.[2] The Nepalese community in South
Korea thus consists primarily of migrant
workers, but also has large numbers of
students as well as Nepalese women
married to South Korean men they met
through international matchmaking
agencies.The Nepali government are
attempting to induce Nepali workers
staying illegally in South Korea (roughly
2,500 as of 2010) to return home, in
hopes that the South Korean government
will increase its intake of Nepali
workers in future years.

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