Singer Yu Seung-jun (43, Steve Seung-jun Yu based in the US) said that Yu is considering naturalization after entering Korea.
Lawyer Kim Hyung-soo, a lawyer on the Yu side, said on July 19 via Channel A that "(Yu) is thinking about naturalization if he enters Korea." Explained.
Attorney Kim said: "I spent my childhood in Korea and I was very much loved in Korea because of my insistence on coming to Korea." "He said.
"These measures were not lifted 17 years after the introduction of the Ministry of Justice in 2002. They can be lifted because they are permanent bans," he said. "We want to visit Korea only. He filed a lawsuit. "
When asked if they would like to obtain a visa for foreign Koreans in Korea, given the business, "it is necessary to have a manuscript to file a lawsuit. It is not easy for an alien to accept a manuscript. " It was difficult for us to file an application for entry ban in 2002, which is why we had to take advantage of the legal status of the Foreign Korea Act, which is inevitably more protected by ordinary foreigners. "We filed a lawsuit because we applied for and refused."
In addition, the decision to ban entry and the issue of visas are separate steps, even if you can enter without a visa, entry to the country is impossible if there is still a decision to ban entry at the entry stage. This is not theoretically true. "
On the other hand, the 10th administrative section of the Supreme Court in Seoul decided 15 that "would cancel the visa refusal order" and won the plaintiff in a lawsuit against the South Korean consulate in Los Angeles. The court said: "The defendant annuls refusal to issue a visa to the claimant."
Jung Eun-hye, staff reporter firstname.lastname@example.org