The South Korean government says its laws apply in other countries, at least with regard to its citizens. Officials have warned South Koreans living and visiting Canada not to partake of the newly legalized marijuana there. Police say they will charge anyone they catch under South Korean law. Those found guilty face up to five years in prison.
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