But times change, and now it is becoming increasingly clear that South Korea is turning into a multinational state.
By the end of 2014 there were 1 million 797 thousand foreigners, representing 3.5 percent of the country’s population. Korea grew rich, and entered the ranks of developed countries, and naturally it became attractive to all sorts of immigrants.
First, there are more than a million of unskilled foreign workers (guest workers). So it’s not surprising that the citizens from neighboring States rushed to the country to make a fast won.
Hallie Bradley, right, author of the blog "The Soul of Seoul" sits with her husband, guitarist Jung Jae-oo.
The couple has implemented "fighting rules" to help handle cultural differences in their marriage.
South Korea has changed its attitude in regard to marriages with foreigners.
A couple of decades ago it was considered to be something reprehensible, and is now there is no condemnation.