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Contagious Disease Prevention Act. Article 2(3) (Definitions) – the term “contagious disease of Type 3” means . . . require[s] a continuous surveillance and the adoption of prevention measures against their outbreaks because they may spread intermittently: (a) Malaria; (b) Tuberculosis;

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Contagious Disease Prevention Act

Article 2(3) (Definitions) – the term “contagious disease of Type 3” means . . . require[s] a continuous surveillance and the adoption of prevention measures against their outbreaks because they may spread intermittently: (a) Malaria; (b) Tuberculosis;

(c) Hansen’s Disease; (d) Venereal disease . . .

(r) Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

Benjamin K. Wagner


Immigration Control Act

Article 11(1)1 (Prohibition of Entry)

The Minister of Justice may prohibit the entry of . . . Persons carrying an epidemic disease, narcotic addicts or other persons deemed likely to cause danger and harm to the public health;

Benjamin K. Wagner


Immigration Control Act

Article 46(1)2 (Persons to be Deported)

A person found to fall under any subparagraph of Article 11 (1) after entry;

[i.e. non-citizens “carrying epidemic diseases” such as HIV/AIDS]

The “Heo Case” example: 2008 deportation order for ethnic Korean non-citizen.

Benjamin K. Wagner


AIDS Prevention Act

Article 8(3) (Medical Examinations) those foreigners entering from overseas deemed “long-term sojourners” by executive order must submit a recent (less than one month old) HIV negative test result to the Minister of Health and Welfare before entering the Republic of Korea.

Benjamin K. Wagner


AIDS Prevention Act

Article 10(3) the HIV negative test results stated in Article 8(3) must be issued in English from a public testing institute or medical institute in the sending country of the visa applicant.

Benjamin K. Wagner


AIDS Prevention Act (Enforcement Ordinance)

Article 10(2) (Examination Subjects) The "long term sojourners" referred to in Article 8(3) of the Act who shall defined by executive order as follows:

1. Those who enter the country with the goal of sojourning for 91 days or more to engage in performance entertainment / show business, sports and entertainment-related businesses or activitiesin order to make a profit.


“In Korea anyone can be an English teacher . . .”

“Idiots, Redneck, Black Pig”, etc.

“The world’s idiots come to Seoul . . . for free sex and alcohol . . .”


Korean women stalked and harassed for relationships with foreign men

  • Called “foreigners’ whores”
  • Several require psychiatric treatment because of the harassment


Foreign male teachers

tracked and profiled.



Foreign male teachers

tracked and profiled.


The “Anti-English”

Citizens Group’s

awarded by

Seoul Police



To the Newspapers (2006)

From the Internet (2005)


“Tracking AIDS-Suspicious

Foreign Language Teachers on the Blacklist”

September 2006


Investigative News Program:

“Situation Report on Korea’s Blonde Haired

Blue-Eyed Foreign Teachers”

February 2005




“Illegal foreign teachers are violating our Korean women.”


E2 Visa Policy Meeting

23 October 2007

Sponsored by Korean

Ministry of Justice

Anti-English Citizen Group

as participant


Proposal to Amend Immigration Act to Require Medical Tests for All Foreigner WorkersBill No. 3356

“nowadays a good many foreigners coming to Korea have previous convictions for drugs and sexual crimes or carry infectious diseases.”


Bill 3356

Amend Immigration Act

Medical Tests for Any

Foreign Worker


E-2 Policy Memo


E-2 Policy Meeting



February 2009

July 2009


“U.N. Secretary General Criticizes AIDS tests for Foreigners”

“U.N. Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-Moon Recommends Korea Abandon HIV Immigration Policy”