Comments:South Korean actress Ok So-ri gets suspended term for adultery

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So... South Korea has been branded as a democracy, to counter Evil North-Korea... but adultery is a crime? Maybe it's not a democracy... Maybe it is just another of the countless "democracies" around the World after all. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 85.243.117.59 (talkcontribs)

Right, because if it's not a crime in America, then it shouldn't be a crime in any democracy, right? I think that someone should be able to sue their spouse for adultery, male or female. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 98.242.75.191 (talkcontribs)
There's a HUGE difference between an individual somehow suing their spouse for adultery, and the state suing that adult for an activity that is otherwise legal for adults to participate in. 72.146.170.56 13:37, 19 December 2008 (UTC)