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South Korea is now set to legalize abortion in the lounge mock court ruling that will lift a fine in place since nineteen fifty three south Korea's Constitutional Court said on Thursday that the little criminalizing abortion was unconstitutional we'll go move would be to keep on the I'm very pleased one of the many chains restricting women is gone this ruling and go to that was an overall goal is with a code so much and we will make his respect the constitutional court's decision and try that that's just late in accordance with the rights of women get it done , the current law allows abortions in some exceptional cases namely within twenty four weeks of becoming pregnant in the case of hereditary diseases in a pregnancy that could harm the mother or in the case of pregnancy through rate in all those cases a spouse's permission is required doctors have been liable to criminal charges for abortions carried out with the women's consent , Thursday's ruling marks a big victory for Korean pro choice supporters , but the court says the current dole would remain in effect until the end of next year the court had previously chosen to uphold the abortion law in twenty twelve