Mabuhay po kayo Ms. Jasmine Lee!

Here’s the link to the Arirang Tv episode featuring Ms. Jasmine Lee.

We should be really proud of her. She serves as a voice not only to migrant women in South Korea, but also to all foreigners, regardless of race and gender. She is a proof that being in Korea as a foreigner isn’t all about hardships and difficulties with cultural differences, because there’s always a way to cope with such, thus will eliminate discrimination in the future.

Mabuhay po kayo Ms. Jasmine Lee!

Ms. Jasmine Lee at the center. (photo from Korea Times)

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