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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on November 28th, 2009 at 4:56 pm

It is Now Legal to Lure Women Into Sex Before Marriage In Korea

Via JoeC from the ROK Drop Forums comes this Korean law update:

The Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law that penalizes men for luring women into having sex with them under the “false” promise of marriage was unconstitutional.  [Korea Times]

Like many laws in Korea this law hasn’t really been enforced in the past unless someone makes a big deal about it.  Some of you may remember the story of the Camp Red Cloud sergeant that was brought up on charges by ROK law enforcement for having sex with woman after promising to marry her. His scam was so elaborate it was humorous.  Like I said at the time, at least this crime didn’t involve a taxi cab.

He ended up receiving 10 months in jail for that crime.

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  • The Korean
    11:09 am on November 28th, 2009 1

    Believe it or not, "false promise of marriage" is also a crime in New York state.

  • Dr.Yu
    11:29 am on November 28th, 2009 2

    If I remember well Brazilian Civil Law states that a man can reject his wife until 7 days after marriage, if he finds out that his wife is not a virgin, however since Brazilian Civil Code was revised in 2002, probably this rule is not in force anymore. I have to check it.

  • junior
    12:30 pm on November 28th, 2009 3

    OK- Game on– but how about this- how about a law which prescribes a penalty against the wife for "false promise of sex" in exchange for marriage?

    What's good for the goose…

  • Retired GI
    2:21 pm on November 28th, 2009 4

    A minimum amount of sex in a given time frame should be agreed upon before marriage and included in the Marriage "contract". Violation being grounds for divorce unless both parties agree to alter said contract.

    Promise to love, honor, sex and cherish.

    Marriage: prohibitively expensive and rarly works. Sometimes dangerous to your health.

  • JoeC
    5:18 pm on November 28th, 2009 5

    The thing I was trying to emphasize when I brought his up was the difference between criminal laws and civil laws. False promises should not be criminal offenses. They are civil offenses,

    I am 99% certain that the comment in #1 is wrong. It may be a civil offense in New York, as it should be in most places, but it should not a crime unless it results in physical harm.

  • junior
    6:10 pm on November 28th, 2009 6

    I see your point.

    That said, these little 2002 World Cup/Asian Games Blow Job Team Captains who drop their packs after going through the Ration Control Plate Award Ceremony ("marriage") should be prohibited from continuing on to the Land of the Big PX Green Card upgrade unless their performance conforms to previously experienced acceptable standards as judged by their sponsors ("husbands").

    Either that or they can be deported to Guam to entertain Japanese men as negative reinforcement.

  • Retired GI
    7:55 pm on November 28th, 2009 7

    :lol:

  • kushibo
    9:06 pm on November 28th, 2009 8

    That was pretty funny, Junior.

    Retired GI, I think it's already covered if, during your vows, you pronounce it "looooooooooove" and have a cheesy 1970s Disco Stu accent on it.

  • Teadrinker
    4:29 pm on November 29th, 2009 9

    Imagine if they arrested all the middle-aged men who've lied about their finances to their mail order brides.

  • junior
    11:57 am on December 12th, 2009 10

    It all evens out- the "wife" (hereafter referred to as "Vampire") can usually not only (during the "courtship" phase only) suck the varnish off a coffee table; she can usually also squeeze every dollar out of the "husband" (hereafter referred to as "hopeless")

    Bottom line- they deserve each other.

 

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