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rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Added context."
Homosexual activity: Legal from past to now.
Same-sex intercourse is not illegal for civilians in South Korea, but it is between men in the military. Article 92-6 of the Military Criminal Act penalizes "anal intercourse" and other…
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Corrected error"
LGBT discrimination: Illegal in some contexts from Aug 15, 1948 to now.
There are some LGBT anti-discrimination protections in local jurisdictions, but national law doesn't protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Corrected error"
Right to change legal gender: Legal, but requires surgery from past to now.
There is no law governing legal gender recognition in South Korea, which means that applicants must apply for legal gender recognition through the courts in accordance with the “Guidelines for the…
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Corrected error"
LGBT housing discrimination: Varies by Region from past to now.
In South Korea, national law provides no protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Corrected error"
Serving openly in military: Illegal from past to now.
Same-sex intercourse is not illegal for civilians in South Korea, but it is between men in the military. Article 92-6 of the Military Criminal Act penalizes “indecent acts” in any military…
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Added current source"
Same-sex adoption: Illegal from past to now.
No information about when adoption regulations went into effect.
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Corrected error"
LGBT employment discrimination: Varies by Region from past to now.
In South Korea, national law provides no protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
rainbowmit1 edited an entry in South Korea.
"Corrected error"
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Ambiguous from past to now.
Haphazard self-censorship of LGBTQ+ content, expression, and assembly is common in South Korea.