Ever wonder what it feels like working as an EPS (Employment Permit System) factory worker here in Korea? Well, wonder no more as I share to you all two touching and inspirational YouTube videos made by Mr. Robert N. Nacion., an overseas EPS foreign migrant worker from the Philippines.
Mr. Nacion, who I believe hails from the Pampanga region (Kapampangan) in Central Luzon, Philippines, uploaded these documentary videos on his YouTube channel using the handle ID trebornoican. These docu-videos give the viewers an insightful look into the daily lives of a typical EPS foreign migrant worker employed in a Korean factory. The footages shared by Mr. Nacion have that raw appeal in it that captures the struggles and the survivals all foreign migrant workers experiences in their lives while living and working in South Korea.
The first trebornoican video I will show you, ‘A Day in the Life of Treboinoican’, as the title implies, narrates a typical ‘day in the life’ here in Korea for overseas Filipino EPS worker, Mr. Robert Nacion. You can watch the video below;
The second and last video I will share to you courtesy of Mr. Robert Nacion aka ‘trebornoican’s YouTube channel simply titled ‘Overseas Filipino Worker’ ups the last video’s ante by showing the hard working Filipino (Nacion) as he chronicles a week of his daily work routine in his Korean employer’s factory. You can watch the beautifully edited ‘trebornoican’ clip below;
I hope these simple yet touching footages of Mr. Robert Nacion (trebornoican) have shown the readers especially the first time Korea EPS foreign migrant workers a glimpse and idea on what is like to work in a Korean factory environment. Let these videos inspire you all as it has inspired me, as I watched the two clips, to value my work here in Korea and be a model Filipina co-worker to my Korean bosses and associates.
And finally, thank you for your videos, Mr. Robert N. Nacion (trebornoican); you are truly one of the modern Filipino heroes of our land.