But now the Asian country of South Korea seems to be beginning to do it too.
Allowing easy access of citizenship to foreigners who are not Korean.
How do you think this will end?
some highlights from the article:
Naturalization was rare in South Korea until the early 2000s -- just 33 foreigners gained South Korean citizenship in 2000, for example -- but rose to nearly 14,000 last year, immigration data show.
More than 70% of the 865,000 Chinese nationals residing in South Korea are of Korean descent, according to immigration data.
(having parents or grandparents who once lived in Korea but then migrated to China a hundred years ago)
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/so ... d=msedgntp
It looks like there is a big backlash and many Koreans are not happy about the government proposal to reduce the restrictions.
Some of them are afraid they'll be overrun and their Korean culture will be completely wiped out. Then China will dominate them.