Ghanaian Man Who Migrated to South Korea In Search Of Greener Pastures Narrates Story

Ghanaian Man Who Migrated to South Korea In Search Of Greener Pastures Narrates Story

  • Samuel Oheme, a South Korea-based Ghanaian man has recently opened up about his move from Africa
  • The post sighted by had him explaining that he used the educational means to easily migrate to South Korea
  • Oheme revealed that the least monthly income earned in the foreign country is $2,000 (Ghc13,997) after taxes

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A Ghanaian man by the name of Samuel Oheme has been granted an interview by DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa where he opened up about how he migrated to South Korea.

The interview sighted by had the young man revealing that he got to move abroad thanks to a friend of his and so far he has observed that the least amount of monthly salary anyone takes in South Korea is $2,000 (Ghc13,997).

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Young man narrates his move to South Korea
Samuel in an interview with DJ Nyaami Photo credit: SVTV Africa/YouTube
Source: UGC

Recounting his journey, Samuel shared that he was advised by his friend to apply for a master's program in South Korea as that is one of the easiest ways to move to the country.

He successfully gained admission to read theology and as per the culture in the country, he had a chance to work there for a number of years before leaving the country.

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Samuel's plan however was not to leave so he worked his way out to receive residency.

He currently works at an automobile company and he lives there with his wife.

The young man shared more about his journey in the video linked below;

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In the interview, Kojo recounted that he left Ghana in 2003 at the age of 21 after his uncle invited him for a stay in France. Prior to that, he used to work at Fox FM in Kumasi as a show host.

Things took a different turn upon arrival in France as life became very difficult, Daniel revealed. As far as he was concerned, he was to continue schooling but that was not the case.

"For eight good years, I cried daily especially when I thought of all the things I could have achieved if I had stayed in Ghana", Antwi Boasiako said.

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