This is a show everyone needs to listen to. It tells the stories of three expats who died under mysterious circumstances and whose deaths have not been solved. The stories their loved ones tell paint pictures of anguish, incompetence, corruption and hope.
Korea likes to paint itself as a safe country, but remember that in Korea, image is everything. Many crimes go unreported, and the police, government and even the foreign embassies have shown uncommon indifference, even when it violates their own rules and regulations.
Included in the conversation is methods and information for you to protect yourself and to participate in making Korea a truly safe place and to make the lazy and corrupt in authority accountable.
Here is a quick sample of David Blower’s story, told by his sister Diane, regarding the end of the struggle to return his remains to England.