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Park Yoo Hwan and alleged former common-law wife have first mediation

By alim17   Tuesday, August 9, 2016   17,568   1,159   16



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The first mediation took place between Park Yoo Hwan and his alleged former common-law wife on August 9.  However, not much information was revealed about what happened.  

SEE ALSO: Woman sues actor Park Yoo Hwan for reportedly ending their common-law marriage

The legal representatives for both sides went to the Seoul Family Court.  Park Yoo Hwan was not present.  His legal representative stated, "Because this is an ongoing situation, we think we can reveal more after the verdict is out.  I have nothing to say at the moment."

The plaintiff's legal rep stated likewise, "We have no stance to publicize," and swiftly left the scene.  

Meanwhile, Park Yoo Hwan's agency, C-JeS Entertainment, had stated before, "We will do our best to stop this defamation against our actor in court.  After the results of the court are out, we will give you our stance."

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Funky_Angel Wednesday, August 10, 2016

It's always better not to live with any significant other before marriage...

foltarida Wednesday, August 10, 2016

too much bad people around YOO family

kpoplolita Tuesday, August 9, 2016

to be considered common law in SK its 8-10 yrs. not 4 yrs. fyi he paid financially and emotionally for her all the time. clearly she was too much baggage for him and dipped. get over it missy

bangeryun94 kpoplolita Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Judges have ruled in favour of couples living together less than 8 years. To a judge how long is irrelevant but how and what they lived and did determines the outcome.

changminbaby Tuesday, August 9, 2016

loudmouthbev Tuesday, August 9, 2016

This woman is ridiculous everyone gets hurt when they break up even the person doing the deed but they weren't married or together for that long this just makes her look desperate

Zee_Queen_of_War Tuesday, August 9, 2016

living together isn't even enough to recognize common marriage and they weren't living together and their friends said they were believed to be only dating so it's going to be really hard to prove common marriage in this case

2fat Tuesday, August 9, 2016

She's not likely to prevail in court. Korean law would have to recognize common law marriage. Does anyone know if it does? I find it highly unlikely there is accommodation for an unregistered marriage in Korea.

bangeryun94 2fat Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Common law marriage is recognised in Korea.

2fat bangeryun94 Wednesday, August 10, 2016

OK then that's different. I know it's not recognized in my state. We actually have a "no cohabitation" law here but it's not enforced of course.

krell Tuesday, August 9, 2016

https:// en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Palimony ... <-- I am *not* sure IF S.KOREA has some kind of 'PALIMONY' type situation as a *recognized* legal concept. The USA version of PALIMONY is still *not* that established either. It is about *shared* assets and what *promises* might have been made 'along the way' prior to the parties ending their relationship. Which again, NO IDEA how that 'plays' legally in S.K. FAMILY COURT.

brobrobrobroBRO Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Bruh she wasn't even with him that its not a common law marriage...its just a simple breakup...whats she so butthurt about wtf

JungkookxYonghwa Tuesday, August 9, 2016

This is just ridiculous. You can live with your boyfriend but that does not make you his wife lol have some pride girl

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