The Korean is sure the expat friends of this blog would enjoy this article. (Article in Korean.)
Seoul Immigration Office of the Ministry of Justice stated on the 9th that six Middle Eastern illegal immigrants, who pretended to be Americans and Canadians and taught English to children, were arrested and would be deported.
MoJ explained that the arrested, who are from Iran, Morocco, and Libya, had such poor English skill that they could not even distinguish between "June" and "July", and did not have a teaching license. However, they used the fact that they appeared similar to Anglo-American white people that Koreans prefer.
Concerned that they would be discovered as a fraud if they taught middle school or high school students, they only taught kindergarteners or early elementary schoolers.