Immigration to South Korea
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Immigration to South Korea (Korean: 출입국•외국인정책본부) is low due to restrictive immigration policies resulting from strong opposition to immigrants from the general public.
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- [I]n South Korea, where support for social welfare and public health care is virtually universal, as is opposition to mass immigration, it’s largely one's attitude to North Korea that decides whether one counts as "progressive" or "conservative."
- Encyclopedic article on Immigration to South Korea at Wikipedia