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1 Mar 2019

South Korean Human Rights body claims to not 'deny' same-sex marriage’

However, it rejected a petition by a gay couple who wed overseas for their marriage to become recognised in Korea …

The National Human Rights Commission of Korea on Wednesday (27 February) claimed it did not ‘deny’ the rights of a same-sex couple to marry. But, it also rejected a petition filed by a British and South Korean gay couple who got married overseas and asked for their marriage to be recognized in Korea The Commission said they would need to review policies and social consensus before permitting same-sex marriage, according to the Korea Herald.

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Reader's Comments

1. 2019-03-02 07:33
South Korean Human Rights body is saying one thing and doing the opposite. As the Indigenous American Indians say, "Speaks with a forked tongue". I hope that this married couple continues to ride them into submission.

Shame on South Korea for not recognizing Same Sex Marriages.

(The phrase "speaks with a forked tongue" means to say one thing and mean another or, to be hypocritical, or act in a duplicitous manner.)

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