There is a difference in personality from the other person. Is this grounds for divorce?

Simple personality differences are unlikely to be grounds for divorce in court.
This is because judicial divorce is possible when there are grounds for divorce stipulated by civil law as follows.
This will not be a problem if the couple agrees that they can no longer continue the marriage due to personality differences and obtains a divorce by agreement.

However, the conflict due to personality differences between the couple is amplified, and the couple does not make efforts to maintain the marital relationship.
If the conflict worsens, it will eventually lead to an irreversible breakdown in the marriage relationship.
If forcing the continuation of married life would cause unbearable pain to one spouse,
Article 840, Paragraph 6, ‘When there are other serious reasons that make it difficult to continue the marriage’ may be grounds for divorce.

This is a procedure in accordance with Korean law. For foreigners, detailed procedures may vary.
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