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In the Korean Embassy, based on what I’ve heard and witnessed during the interview, Filipinos marrying Koreans are perceived as “users”.

Every one of us a suspect; our Korean spouse a possible victim.

A man, who had been working as an engineer in Korea for years, met his wife in Korea, but they both had to go to the Philippines, so that the woman could meet his family. He and the official spoke in Korean all throughout the interview.

You have to learn and “perfect” your spouse’s language, because it’s the only way you can communicate with your in-laws. When my husband and I had our interview in the Korean Embassy in Manila, we were quite confident that we would not be given a hard time, because we submitted all the requirements.

Most Korean parents-in-law won’t learn English, Filipino or whatever your native language is just to be able to talk to you, of course… Besides, we have known each other for 7 years before we got married and both his and my friends and family can attest to our long-distance relationship…

Every foreigner who is married to a Korean knows that multicultural marriage here is South Korea is not that easy, especially marriage between a Korean national and a Filipino.

Everyday, you are faced with the challenge of “fitting in”, trying to understand and embrace a culture entirely different from yours. The questions seem endless, some degrading, and you have to answer them in front of other couples who will be asked the same things.

He had to return to the Philippines for the interview.

A Korean marrying a Filipino is required to attend the interview with his/her spouse.

One couple went to the same church and had been in a ten-year relationship before they got married. I answered him anyway, and it’s the last time I am ever going to answer this silly question: “Why I married a Korean? I married the man I love.” I don’t have the right to judge those who marry for other reasons.

A couple went to the interview with their two children. (I remember my husband looking at me and I’m pretty sure that my face was flushed as red as a tomato.^^) OFFICIAL: Why are you going to Korea? (After another question I don’t quite remember) His work and his family are in Korea. During the interview that follows CFO’s guidance and counseling session, I was asked this question again: “Why did you marry a Korean? I know a few Filipinas who have their own reasons for marrying a Korean besides love, and most of them are happily married and are trying their best to live good lives here in Korea.

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