It's sad to see that Korea still have no law banning discrimination based on such grounds as race, gender, religion or sexuality.
When Kislay Kumar went out with his friends in a multicultural district in Seoul to enjoy his Friday night, the 25-year-old man did not imagine that his night would be ruined just because he was Indian. Kumar was denied entry to a bar in Itaewon because of his nationality. His other friends from Russia, Colombia, Afghanistan, Canada and France were allowed entry.
"When I was in line, the bouncer asked for our identification cards. I showed him my ID card and he did not let me in. He just said, ?No Indian,'" Kumar told The Korea Herald. "I asked him why, he said it was a rule. But he did not explain why it was a rule."
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