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Hello I am James a British lawyer.
If this person has sworn an affidavit of marriage before the British Embassy in Korea, and what he has swore is not true, then he has broken the law. The document he swore at the embassy is a legal document.
You could make an appointment at the embassy and report this matter. The british government could prosecute him if he is already married as he has told you.
I am so sorry that this has happened to you.
If he is back in the UK, that will make no difference. The authorities could check back in UK to see if he is already married. If he is, by swearing the document at the embassy which is British soil, he would have committed perjury and the authorities in the UK would arrest him and prosecute him. He could go to prison for what he did.
You would need to go to the British embassy, report the matter that he is already married, show them the affidavit he has sworn, they will do the rest. They have his address in the UK so would be able to arrest him.
You can still report it to the Embassy, they will be very interested to hear what he is doing. You can show them the screen shot. They will take it seriously and most likely have local police in the UK arrest him, he would then need to proof he is not married.
You should make the complaint, because you do not deserve what he has done to you. And what he has done is serious.
Yes the affidavit sworn in the embassy is a legal document, if he lied in that document, that is perjury a very serious offence committed by him.
Ask for the legal department.
I hope this helps, take care and good luck.
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