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Stop Human Trafficking

Human trafficking victims are persons recruited, transported, transferred or harbored by others, and forced into prostitution and other forms of sexual exploitation, labor or services that does not provide equal remuneration, or manipulation or implantation of organs by illegal means.

If you noticed yourself, friends, family members, neighbors, or someone that might be a human trafficking victim, please call the following hotlines:
1. National Immigration Agency: 02-23883095 (human trafficking hotline)
2. National Police Agency: 110 police hotline
3. Ministry of Labor: 1955 (24hr foreign workers consultation and protection hotline)
The above agencies will send someone to rescue the victim. The government will provide witness protection, legal aid, counselling, legal consultation, and medical resources to victims of human trafficking.

National Immigration Agency website (Human Trafficking Area) :