Six South Korean women nabbed in karaoke centre raid

Photo: Sinar Harian

KUALA LUMPUR: Six women, believed to be guest relations officers (GROs) from South Korea, were arrested in a raid by the Immigration Department at a karaoke centre in Solaris Mont Kiara on Friday (Jan 28).

Two South Korean men and a Pakistani man who were suspected workers at the premises were also detained, Kuala Lumpur Immigration director Syamsul Badrin Mohshin said in a statement on Saturday (Jan 29).

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