Brides head to a mass wedding in South Korea, in this file photo. The country's adultery statute was originally designed to protect the rights of women at a time when marriage afforded them few legal rights. Photo: AP Brides head to a mass wedding in South Korea, in this file photo. The country's adultery statute was originally designed to protect the rights of women at a time when marriage afforded them few legal rights. Photo: AP
Brides head to a mass wedding in South Korea, in this file photo. The country's adultery statute was originally designed to protect the rights of women at a time when marriage afforded them few legal rights. Photo: AP

South Korean court decriminalises adultery by striking down 'outdated' law

Brides head to a mass wedding in South Korea, in this file photo. The country's adultery statute was originally designed to protect the rights of women at a time when marriage afforded them few legal rights. Photo: AP Brides head to a mass wedding in South Korea, in this file photo. The country's adultery statute was originally designed to protect the rights of women at a time when marriage afforded them few legal rights. Photo: AP
Brides head to a mass wedding in South Korea, in this file photo. The country's adultery statute was originally designed to protect the rights of women at a time when marriage afforded them few legal rights. Photo: AP
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