Under Nebraska’s laws, a person commits the crime of first degree sexual assault of a child (the most serious type of statutory rape) by: Sexual penetration includes intercourse, oral and anal sex, and any penetration of the sexual parts of the victim’s body or the defendant’s body. Second and subsequent convictions for sexual assault and sexual assault on a child are punished even more severely, often by mandatory minimum terms of 25 years in prison.
This code, however, was short-lived, as Imperial Japan annexed Korea in 1910 and imposed its own laws.
Korea would become independent in 1945, and proceeded to eliminate Imperial Japan's vestiges in many areas.
In other states, like Texas, running away is considered a status offense.
The teen may be forced to return home, held in a detention center until his parents can pick him up, or even put on probation by a judge.
But in many other areas, Koreans saw fit to keep the imports from Imperial Japan.