Korean Law Demystified!

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…

Recent Divorce Cases 4

[Example Situation] In 1973, Mr. Lee marries Ms. Cho. They have 3 kids together, but the marriage is not a happy one. In 1984, Mr. Lee…

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