Koko Narak Story Ends with Deportation; Hopes to Return to the Philippines One Day

For the past week, we’ve been following the story of Koko Narak, the Thai expat who spewed racist remarks against Pinoys. From blogger kinsleytuy’s posting about the latter’s derogatory comments which trended nationwide, to his company issuing an official statement about their say to the incident (which led to his termination), Narak’s story is bound to end with the Bureau of Immigration finally filing a deportation complaint.

See copy of the deportation charge below:

Deportation charge against Narak for posing a risk to public interest (undesirable). PHOTO CREDIT:
Deportation charge against Narak for posing a risk to public interest (undesirable).

Koko Narak, whose real name is Prasertsri Kosin, was working in the Philippines for the past three years under a special non-immigrant visa (based on Sec. 47(a)(2)) of the Philippine Immigration Act, in which, according to BI spokesperson Elaine Tan, “The visa will be eventually cancelled should he be determined to be undesirable“.

He is now in a BI detention facility after he submitted himself for a voluntary deportation last Tuesday. Narak, claiming the posts he made was only a way to relieve his anger, once again, apologizes to the Filipinos and asks for forgiveness.

Narak's apology letter PHOTO CREDIT:
Narak’s apology letter

More so, after all the flak, he said he loves the Philippines and hopes to return to the country one day to visit his Filipino friends.

Written by Jas Cruzada

A single mom who loves to read poetry, manga, and anything interesting. Loves writing, listening to music, watching feel-good movies, and pigging out. A self-confessed Naruto addict, ex-OFW, and loving mother to a smart little boy.

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