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BUSAN, South Korea -- The cases of foreigners and crews who entered the country via cruise ship going AWOL are increasing. 

According to Busan Immigration Office, two Chinese tourists who entered Korea by Costa Victoria cruise ship on the fourth disappeared while shopping. 

On the fifteenth, two Nepalese crews, including a twenty-three-year-old identified by A of Superstar Gemini ship, which has been anchored at Busan international cruise ship terminal, went AWOL. 

The authorities analyzed that the cruise ship having the lowest price used the short distance route as the path of the illegal entry. 

Source: Busan eFM News

Ship Passengers Going AWOL on the Rise


BUSAN, South Korea – The cases of foreigners and crews who entered the country via cruise ship going AWOL are increasing. 

According to Busan Immigration Office, two Chinese tourists who entered Korea by Costa Victoria cruise ship on the fourth disappeared while shopping. 

On the fifteenth, two Nepalese crews, including a twenty-three-year-old identified by A of Superstar Gemini ship, which has been anchored at Busan international cruise ship terminal, went AWOL. 

The authorities analyzed that the cruise ship having the lowest price used the short distance route as the path of the illegal entry. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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