South Korea warns citizens after racist attack in Brighton

South Korea's embassy has warned its citizens after a racist attack in Brighton A South Korean student was hit across the head with a champagne bottle  Sussex Police arrested two teenagers aged 16 and 17 following the attack   Police are looking for a white teenage girl who is wanted for questioning

By Darren Boyle for MailOnline

Published: 16:51 BST, 20 October 2017 | Updated: 16:53 BST, 20 October 2017

The South Korean embassy in London has issued a warning to its citizens about the possibility of racist attacks in the UK after a student was attacked by a bottle in Brighton last weekend. 

Yshung Kim, 20, was hit in an unprovoked attack in Brighton on Sunday night. 

Sussex police have arrested two teenage boys aged 16 and 17 in connection with the attack. 

Police have arrested two suspects aged 16 and 17 and they are currently searching for a third suspect who is described as a white teenage girl of slim build with long dark hair and wearing a dark jacket and trousers along with a pair of light coloured shoes, right 

Mr Kim suffered facial injuries including a broken tooth as a result of the attack. 

Officers are still searching for a white teenage girl, described as being of slim build,

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