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This time, we tell the story of a Yemeni young man who came to Korea after leaving his homeland in the midst of a civil war. A young man who wanted to make Korea his second hometown, could not endure discrimination and coldness and left for another country after 4 years.



Reporter Jeong-eun Shin covered Mohammed's story to see if there is anything our society needs to reflect on.



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[Colleague A: You XX, don't open your eyes. (I don't know what you mean.) You know, but you don't know what I'm talking about. This is XX.]



I asked the reason, but



[Colleague A: (Why are you saying bad things to me now?) That's why you shouldn't be seen, XX.]



Slang and profanity are basic.



A sharp point that pierces the eyes is back.



[Work colleague Mr. A: Hey, this is XX. Are you at home? bring it (Do you want to make trouble for Auntie? I don't make trouble for you.) Do you want to kill me? Kill this XX. XXX is real.]



I tried asking for help, but to no avail.



[Colleague B: No reason. If you're going to make a living, just work hard here.]



Mohammed is from Yemen, suffering from the worst civil war.



In 2017, 19-year-old Mohammed escaped shortly before being drafted into a child soldier.



Two friends, like brothers, who were taken to the battlefield, now live or die.



After arriving in Korea, I barely obtained the status of a 'humanitarian sojourner'.



A 'humane sojourner' is a foreigner who has been granted sojourn status because it is recognized that life and freedom may be infringed through inhumane treatment such as torture.



If you get a work permit, you can work.



Mohammed decided to make Korea his hometown.



He learned Hangul and changed his name to 'Kim Hangul'.



But the discrimination was persistent and persistent.



[Kim Hangul/Mohammed (pseudonym): (a coworker) 'Why don't you eat pork? If you don't eat pork, go home.'] When



you quit your job after not being able to withstand the insult, finding your next job was 'picking stars in the sky'.



Every time I change my job, I have to get a permit from the immigration office, which is difficult from the beginning of the reservation.



[The person in charge of the Immigration Office of the Ministry of Justice: Because of the Corona virus, we have reduced the number of existing reservations so that it would have been quite uncomfortable if they were unable to make a reservation. .] It



takes about two weeks for the screening process, and jobs are often lost during that time.



[Kim Young-ah / CEO of 'Migration for Peace in Asia': A lot of contracts are broken even after they are written. Re-pay the application fee 120,000 won out you have to wait a couple of weeks back one month salary value disappears again.]



'Life' and 'peace', because memories of the cold war, Mr. Kim HangulI lived with the word in my heart.



[Kim Hangul/Mohammed (pseudonym): I am Peace.

I want to live in peace without making any problems.

I am stable.

I want to live.]



However, after experiencing endless discrimination and coldness, it is said that he began to think about “death”.



After one month of interview with SBS, Kim Han-geul returned to the name of Mohammed and left Korea in search of a place with less discrimination.



(Video coverage: Lee Seung-hwan, Video editing: Kim Jong-mi, CG: Shin So-young)   



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