Question: What happens when you marry a Korean?

Naturalization is the process by which a foreign national married to a Korean national acquires Korean citizenship. The new Korean national must forfeit his previous foreign citizenship within six months of acquiring Korean citizenship. Korea does not permit dual citizenship.Naturalization is the process by which a foreign national married to a Korean national acquires Korean citizenship

How does marriage work in Korea?

In traditional Korean culture, like many traditional cultures, marriage between a man and a woman were decided by the bride and grooms elders. As in Confucian values family and the customs of a family is placed above all. This is not only the union between two individuals but two families.

What is the average age to get married in Korea?

In 2020, the median age at which South Korean females got married for the first time was 30.78 years, while that of males was 33.23 years. The average age of both men and women marrying for the first time in South Korea has risen steadily in recent years – with that of women reaching an all-time high in 2020.

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