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9,000 Nepalese workers heading to Korea

The examination, which was originally scheduled for May 9, was postponed due to the local level election will now be held in three shifts.

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KATHMANDU: MAY. 28 – The Korean language test, which has been delayed for two years due to a global pandemic COVID-19, will begin this month.

The Korean language exam, which was postponed due to the local level election, will be held again from June 9 to June 17.

The examination, which was originally scheduled for May 9, was postponed due to the local level election will now be held in three shifts.

According to the Department of Foreign Employment’s Employment Permit System Branch, the department is preparing to allow 600 candidates to take the exam daily.

Of those who have passed the Korean language test, 6,993 are in the productive sector and 2,741, 9,513 Nepalis will be sent to South Korea this year.

According to the department, over 43,000 people have applied to work in South Korea, which is a popular destination for foreign workers.

So far, 77,000 Nepalis have found employment in Korea. The exams could not be held in the previous two years due to a global outbreak of COVID-19 infection.

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