The China Post
Date: March 4, 2017
By: Joseph Yeh
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Two Taiwanese women have reportedly been missing in South Korea
since mid-February, it was revealed, after the mother of one of the women openly asked the government for assistance on Friday.
Asked to comment, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said its representative office had passed on the information to Korean police, but so far they have received no further information on the whereabouts of the reportedly missing nationals.
The mother of one of the two women told local media that her daughter, Chiang Yun-yi (江芸儀), was originally working for a shipping company but had resigned last month. She previously said that she would be visiting South Korea on a “tour and study” trip with another Taiwanese woman surnamed Hsu (許) for three months.
Chiang also told her that a company was willing to pay her NT$30,000 per month during the three-month period, the mother said. [FUILL STORY]