Haiwai.com reported on June 15 that according to Yonhap News Agency, the South Korean State Council reviewed and approved the “Kohura Act” on the 15th and will be submitted to the National Assembly for deliberation on the 17th. According to the “Kohura Act”, if parents abandon their adopted children, they will lose their right to inherit property.
South Korea’s “Gohra Law” stipulates that if parents who want to inherit the property of their deceased child seriously violate their duty of support, or commit serious crimes, abuses and other improper acts, the deceased or other survivors can apply to the court for the loss of the inheritance rights and let the above Parents are excluded from inheritance rights.
The birth of “Gu Hara Fa” is related to the late female singer Goo Hara. In 2019, Goo Hola passed away at home at the age of 29. Unexpectedly, the birth mother, who had been away from home for more than 20 years, suddenly appeared to fight for half of Gu Hara’s inheritance, which made the public angry. Later, Goo Hara’s brother petitioned for the establishment of the “Koo Hara Act” to prevent parents who abandoned their children from inheriting property.
It has been more than a year since Goo Hara passed away. According to a report by the Global Times on November 24, 2019, South Korean kbs TV station quoted police information that South Korean singer Goo Hara was found dead at home at 6 pm local time on the 24th. The police are investigating.
Koo Hola, born on January 13, 1991 in Gwangju Metropolitan City, South Korea, is a South Korean female singer, actress, model, host, and former member of the Korean girl singing group KARA. In 2011, he participated in the TV series “City Hunter”; in 2014, he was a guest in the variety show “Roommate”.
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