Hostages freed

Will your government go all out to safe you in case you got kidnap by the Taliban? The Korean government had done their homework and the people of korea are so united in protesting and condemned the kidnapping. South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman Cho Hee-yong said the three are identified as Ahn Hye-jin, Lee Jung-ran and Han Ji-young. Another group of five (4 females and one male) are Ko Se-hoon, 27, Lee Sun-young, 37, Lyu Jung-hwa, 39, Lee Ji-young and Lim Hyun-joo are released at Shabaz area of Ghazni province.

Yesterday was a good piece of news for the victim's family. A total of 12 South Korean hostages were released by the Taliban militants in Afghanistan after six week ordeal. However, there are another seven victims not release yet. I hope they will be release in the coming days. I wondered why and what are the Koreans doing there in the first place!

All hostages will soon be transferred to Ghazni City
Note: pictures sources are from Xinhua.

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Hor ny Ang Moh said...

I am also wandering what the fcuk r the korean doing there in the first place expecially the korean ladies? Have a nice day!

Huei said...

thank god they're safe!!

Ichitaka Leingod said...

yeah, free tham all fast fast...!

Cocka Doodle said...

frankly, these ppl asked for it and deserve no pity, so why do the world bother negotiating for their release in exchange for freeing the Talibans in captive?

They knew the risks involved and yet they went and when they were kidnapped they ask their govt to help.
No thanks to them, the hardcore talibans in prison has been freed in exchange for these hostages.

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