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Ok So-ri marries Italian chef: report

Remember Ok So-ri, the actress who in 2008 was given a suspended sentence for cheating on her husband, fellow entertainer Park Cheol?

Oh, good times. good times.

Well, the Chosun—citing an interview she recently did with the Lady Kyunghyang—reports that in 2011 she married the Italian chef her ex-husband accused of her banging at the time. The couple apparently have two kids now, too.

You’ll recall she denied sleeping with said Italian, protesting that she met the guy just to learn English and cooking. She did cop to sleeping with a Korean popera singer, though. The popera singer also got a suspended sentence for adultery.

Korea’s criminalization of adultery has been legally controversial.

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  • Horace Jeffery Hodges

    “You’ll recall she denied sleeping with said Italian . . .”

    And she was right! They were awake the whole time . . .

    Jeffery Hodges

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  • MikeinGyeonggi

    I don’t blame her for denying it at the time. How many salarymen have owned up to the karaoke girls they’ve boned, much less been investigated for it? Christ. At least she did it out of love (and a lifetime of great Italian food at home).

  • redwhitedude

    Yet despite this law people still commit adultery. Why was she the one picked on?

  • wangkon936

    Liar, liar, pants on fire.

  • redwhitedude

    Italy 1 South Korea 0.
    Sorry couldn’t help it. Now the olympics are over gotta get into world cup mode.
    That is one hell of a way to score.

  • ChuckRamone

    She really couldn’t keep it in her pants. Popera singers and chefs. Hopefully her new beau will make a faithful woman of her.

  • djson1

    I still don’t understand Korea’s selective “adultery law”. Isn’t everybody guilty then? Jails would be awfully crowded by both men and women.

  • http://www.askakorean.net/ The_Korean

    Adultery is a private crime, which means the “victim” of the adultery (i.e. cuckholded spouse) must elect to file charges before the prosecution may act. And to prevail, there should be a pretty damn solid piece of evidence of adultery. Many spouses might want to file charges, but few win.

  • One woman

    She choosed pick one..Because she loved the Italian. Ok So-ri, and the two men under South Korea’s adultery law, which prohibits extramarital affairs and can land those found guilty in prison for up to two years. So she was the prison for eight monthes. But the Italian chef did not. Because
    she admitted to having an affair (with the friend, not the chef). And she said that I was
    a very lonely and unsatisfied marriage because of a loveless husband,” In korea, it is ok for men to  frequent room salons, sexy bars and other nightly activities (i.e. cheating on me), but if a woman cheats on her husband, that’s a “no-no.
    Now she was married the chef. It seems like she tried to protect him to not go to the jail and she really loved him.

  • RElgin

    Touché

  • SalarymaninSeoul

    She will cheat again. But it shouldn’t land her in prison

  • wangkon936

    I remember the time when Ahn scored the winning goal against Italy in 2001. Ahn’s Italian club fired him. That had to be the biggest nationalistic childish move that I had ever heard.

  • Sumo294

    Usually– about most women I would concur– but oddly I do not think she is by nature the cheating type and I personally believe her situation. However to change the laws of the land to suit her–lol. The adultery laws clearly benefit married women. It is the bitter 39 year spinsters who want the law changed and a couple of white dudes from the Socialist Republic of Canukstan.

  • ChuckRamone

    Those are reasons to get divorced, not excuses to cheat.

  • redwhitedude

    That would be Perugia. Such an idiotic move.

  • SalarymaninSeoul

    The law is ridiculous. Get government out of bedrooms and out of the business of enforcing morals. Its a contract breech, treat it as such, impose financial penalties for breach of contract and do a divorce.

  • Arghaeri

    Many of those in favor of the status quo fear that repeal would encourage martial infidelity.

    Hmm, cos a few hundred convictions amongst millions of offences obviously demonstrates a huge deterrent effect.

  • Arghaeri

    I think the husband reported her, and that it’s one of those laws that requires a complaint.

    Police don’t just go out looking for these criminal, if they did they’d have to rent a few hundred football stadiums to house the crims.

  • Arghaeri

    What she’s a tranny too, this story just gets better and better.

  • redwhitedude

    In that case the complaint has to be legit with proof. What would constitute that?

  • “Furious” George Rockwell

    And white dick. Asian bitches do anything for white dick (and hate Black people, for the record).