Korean Law Demystified!

Unchastity (under Korean Law)

1. “Unchastity” (부정행위) need not amount to actual sex. Romantic text message exchanges can suffice. 2. However, once you “forgive” or “had condoned” such acts, you…

Travel Ban Law in South Korea

Last year, 14,714 individuals (Koreans + non-Koreans) were, at one point, forbidden from freely leaving South Korea. In Korea, Article 14 of the Constitution (헌법) guarantees…

What is 구속?

Normally translated as “detention” or (simply) “arrest,” 구속 is a sort of “prolonged arrest” that is only found in Korean and Japanese criminal procedure. (The problem…

What is 준유사강간?

This crime can be translated as “Quasi Like-Rape.” “Quasi” means the victim was (already) incapacitated/asleep, and the perpetrator took advantage of that. “Like-Rape” refers to forcible…

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