Dozens of foreign nationals were caught cheating on a Korean language proficiency test held in Seoul on Sunday.
The National Institute for International Education, which organizes and conducts the Test of Proficiency in Korean, or TOPIK, said 29 foreigners disobeyed orders to turn in their phones and mobile gadets or had forbidden electronic devices on them while taking the exam.
Among those caught, 13 were Chinese, nine were Vietnamese nationals, two were from Kazakhstan and two were Japanese.
Two Korean nationals were also caught breaking test rules.
The institute said their test results will be invalidated.
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