A draft dodger in his 20s has been sentenced to a year's jail, suspended for two years, for using tattoos to evade mandatory military service, according to Uijeongbu District Court in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 24. Photo: Yonhap A draft dodger in his 20s has been sentenced to a year's jail, suspended for two years, for using tattoos to evade mandatory military service, according to Uijeongbu District Court in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 24. Photo: Yonhap
A draft dodger in his 20s has been sentenced to a year's jail, suspended for two years, for using tattoos to evade mandatory military service, according to Uijeongbu District Court in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 24. Photo: Yonhap
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Korean Man convicted of having body tattooed to dodge military service

A 20-year-old Korean man tried to dodge military service by tattooing his body - but failed

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A draft dodger in his 20s has been sentenced to a year's jail, suspended for two years, for using tattoos to evade mandatory military service, according to Uijeongbu District Court in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 24. Photo: Yonhap A draft dodger in his 20s has been sentenced to a year's jail, suspended for two years, for using tattoos to evade mandatory military service, according to Uijeongbu District Court in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 24. Photo: Yonhap
A draft dodger in his 20s has been sentenced to a year's jail, suspended for two years, for using tattoos to evade mandatory military service, according to Uijeongbu District Court in Gyeonggi Province on Nov. 24. Photo: Yonhap
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