- Marriages between foreigners or a foreigner and a Korean require the following.
- Marriage Condition Certificate and International Marriage Certificate to be submitted to foreign spouse's domicile of origin district office or their regional district.
Issuance of International Marriage Certificate
There are no limits concerning the due day for reporting the marriage.
For the issuance of a Marriage Certificate, foreigners need to have their birth certificate or passports and Koreans need to have an English copy of their certificate of residence.
For information on reporting Marriage or Marriage Certificate, contact Citizen's Service Division of District office.
Marriage in Korea is possible for men over 18 and women over 16 years old.
Those under 20 years of age have to receive their parents' consent.
Women may not remarry before 6 months have passed after the last day of their former marriage, except those who have a pregnancy diagnosis from a doctor.
Every District office has a window for civil petitions in the Citizen's Service Division which deals with international marriage procedures.