Thai nationals warned to exercise caution in South Korea amidst surge in knife assaults

Thai nationals are being warned to stay vigilant in South Korea after a ugly string of copycat knife assaults, marking an ominous rise in violence. This fear-inducing outbreak of violence noticed its most recent attacks claim two lives and severely injure many others.
The Thai embassy in the South Korean capital of Seoul issued an advisory for Thai nationals travelling to the Asian nation, alerting them to stay cautious amidst the crime outbreak. As per the embassy’s statement yesterday, the menace began on July 21, near Seoul’s Sillim Train Station. The sporadic chaos culminated in one fatality and three severe injuries.
After this, on August 3, in a spine-chilling episode, a culprit rammed a car into a crowd before ferociously stabbing people in a shopping mall in the metropolis of Seongnam, in Gyeonggi Province. This brutal mayhem left one person lifeless and wounded 13 others, reported Sanook.
As of the newest update, the police of the Republic of South Korea shared on August 6, that they are investigating forty six individuals who’ve posted menacing messages threatening to carry out public murders. Last chance of those posts are emanating from Seoul, with the dread-filled content emulating the stunning crimes.
The Thai embassy in Seoul offers the next cautionary advice for Thai nationals in South Korea::

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