I have a different religion from the other person. Is this grounds for divorce?

It is difficult for the mere fact that each person has a different religion to be a direct reason for divorce.
However, due to the other party's excessive religious life, family and marital life are disrupted.
If the marriage relationship breaks down due to negligence, it is grounds for divorce.
The court ruled that freedom of religion cannot be infringed even if a couple is married.
There is an obligation between spouses to cooperate with each other and maintain a smooth marital life.

Therefore, there are certain limits to the freedom of religion,
Because her wife focused only on her religious life and neglected her housework and childcare.
If the marriage breaks down, the main responsibility for the breakdown is
On the grounds that it was her wife's fault, she cited her husband's petition for divorce.
In other words, the marital relationship cannot be restored due to excessive religious life.
If a breakdown has occurred, this is grounds for judicial divorce under Article 840, Paragraph 6 of the Civil Act.

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