Korea’s Justice Department returns to a scene from The Glory
The terrifying return of Moon Dong Eun’s mother in Netflix’s The Glory is definitely one of the most gruesome moments for viewers, with many citing her as the real villain of Kdrama.
In The Glory, Moon Dong Eun’s mother decrees that she can always find her daughter where she is hiding because, as her mother, she only has to go to a county office to get her information.
In real life, however, this can be avoided, the South Korean Justice Ministry said.
On March 16, the Korean Ministry of Justice issued a statement noting that the line. “Do you think you can sever your bloodline that easily?” If I go to the county office I can find out where you are.” in The Glory was not based on facts.
Dong Eun’s mother continues by saying: “Of course I’m your mother after all. Blood is thicker than water, you know. Try to hide if you want. »
Under the January 2022 revision of the Family Relationship Registration Act, a victim of domestic violence who has managed to distance themselves from their family can request that a perpetrator be denied issuance of documents containing the victim’s address, the said ministry.
The Justice Department stressed that with the passage of the new amendment, victims of domestic violence would receive greater protections and that they would be protected from further abuse.
However, the Department of Justice has not specified how victims can prove that they have been victims of domestic violence and whether such proof is required when applying under the above-mentioned law.