Alternatively, the grounds for a judicial divorce in Korea are:
However, Korean counsel have reported to us that since upon a divorce the wife is invariably entitled to receive one-half of all of the parties’ assets, a contract between the parties that gave less than one-half of all such assets would be void under Korean law. This is not statutory but it is the rule nonetheless. A contract that gives more than one-half to the wife would be enforceable. A contract that requires the husband to pay a specific amount of alimony to the wife would be enforceable, provided she received at least one-half of the parties’ assets.
(a) The requirement of finality and conclusiveness
(b) The issue of the location of the subject-matter
(c) The jurisdiction of the foreign court
(f) Extent of Recognition/ Enforcement