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.
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These challenges will come after you get married and live in Korea with your husband or wife, but right after the wedding, before coming to Korea, you will have to get through the tedious process of getting a visa. A very young Filipina was not granted the visa, because her husband is 30 years older than her.
Before getting the spouse visa from the Korean Embassy, there are TONS of documents you and your spouse will have to prepare, but even if you have brought all the pertinent documents and they have been authenticated, you and your better half will need to attend an interview with other Filipino and Korean couples, from which an official of the Korean Embassy blabbers non-stop in Korean Language, telling not-so-good things about (some) Filipinos marrying Koreans, warning Koreans about the possibility of being used for their money or for the chance of having a better life in Korea. Another Filipina who said she met her husband three days ago and she couldn’t tell his name or job got her visa denied, too.
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There were couples like us, who have known each other for years and have fallen in love before finally deciding to tie the knot. Is it such a BIG deal to marry somebody of another nationality or race?
They have lived in the Philippines for years since their marriage. Though it is true that SOME Filipinos marry Koreans to have a better life, not only Filipinos but other nationalities, too, there are those who marry for love, and that’s the only reason… After all, life as a foreign spouse in Korea is not a piece of paradise.
The woman and her children have never been to Korea. There are many risks to take and as I’ve mentioned earlier, “challenges to face everyday”.
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.