J’ai lu deux articles contradictoires sur le sujet.

L’article du Cointelegraph est très optimiste : South Korea to Soon Legalize Bitcoin and Ethereum, Protect Traders From Bubble Burst

Representative Park Yong-Jin of the ruling Democratic Party of South Korea announced that revisions on the regulatory frameworks for cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin would be released in the upcoming months.

mais :

At the moment, Bithumb, Korbit and Coinone, the three largest digital currency trading platforms in South Korea that control nearly 100 percent of the South Korean Bitcoin exchange market, have no legal grounds according to Park and the Financial Supervisory Service.

new KYC and AML requirements established by the government will likely not be an issue for the majority of existing business and trading platforms as most exchanges have already integrated strict KYC and AML systems upon their launch.

Alors que l’article de cryptocoinnews est beaucoup plus prudent : Bitcoin Legalization Draws Caution from Korea’s Financial Regulator

The politician contends that the lack of legal regulation for bitcoin in Korea makes all activities related to cryptocurrencies, illegal.

FSC official statedtoday : Currently, a relevant task force team is studying overseas cases to determine whether or not regulations are needed. Nothing has been decided about the legislation of a bill about virtual currency.