The final judgment is out for Yoo Seung Joon's case against the L.A. Consul General, demanding a Visa for entry into South Korea. He is currently blacklisted from ever entering the country after evading military service by getting a citizenship in the United States on the sly, and has been trying to fight it as of late.
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On September 30, the Seoul administrative court upheld Yoo Seung Joon's entry ban into South Korea. The court stated that they can't allow entry because if they did, it would demoralize the soldiers currently serving and set a precedent for teenagers to avoid conscription.
Although Yoo Seung Joon lost the case he is refusing to accept it. He is likely planning to appeal. On this day, his attorney stated, "He's extremely disappointed in the judgment made by the administrative court today. He acknowledges that the choice he made in the past was wrong after the results, but not allowing him into a country for over fourteen years when he had been born there and lived there up to middle school is too severe and unfair. He will consult with his family and discuss what to do next, such as make an appeal, then make a decision."