One hundred parents and other family members of female migrants living in Daegu, North Gyeongsang Province, came to Korea on Friday for a reunion with their daughters or sisters.
They were invited to the city by Daegu Women Migrants Human Rights Center with sponsorship from a local philanthropist, the city and the provincial governments, Dongsan Hospital and Korean Air.
One hundred parents and other family members of 59 women migrants living in Daegu visit an amusement park in the city Saturday. They were invited to the city by Daegu Women Migrants Human Rights Center. Yonhap News
The 59 foreign wives met their family members coming from 10 countries, including Thailand, Uzbekistan, Mongolia and Vietnam.
The center took care of all expenses for their visit to Korea, including round-trip tickets, visa and passport issuance, transportation and hotels in Daegu.