Filipinos Honored for their Courage

Cathy Garcia wrote about three Filipino men who were recognized for their bravery.
Here’s an excerpt:

Three Filipino workers were recently honored by the Philippine Embassy in Seoul for helping rescue a young Korean high school student from being raped, and apprehending the suspect.
Jomar Marco, Felix Jumarang and Jayson Ibarra received medals from Philippine Vice-President Jejomar Binay and Ambassador Luis Cruz in a ceremony at the embassy last week.
The three men were part of a group of Filipinos who work at a factory in Namyangju, Gyeonggi Province. On the evening of May 17, they heard a woman screaming outside the factory gates. When they went outside, they found a woman with a female high school student, in tears and with blood on her cheeks and bruises.

The whole article can be found here: Filipinos Honored for their Courage
Good job guys!


  1. Yeah, good job Jomar, Felix and Jayson for being courageous and helping someone in need! You make us proud to be Pinoys! 🙂

  2. Wow! They are heroes! They helped a girl escape a would-have-been traumatic experience and perhaps, murder. Matulungin talaga ang mga Pilipino. It’s good to know that such good-hearted people still exists on earth.

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