If you are a US Citizen, then this is not an immigration question. Contact the US Embassy in Seoul and they will give you a new passport & loan you money to get home:
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My gut tells me you did not speak with your husband’s Commanding Officer.
If you are legally married and legally command sponsored in Korea you are definitely under the cognizance of your husband's command and he is definitely required to provide you financial support and he can definitely be forced to do so by the Command and he faces severe consequences if he fails to do so.
Recommend you immediately contact all of the following—via email, phone or face-to-face:
1. Your husband’s Command Sergeant Major
2. Your husband’s Commanding Officer (not his supervisor who can easily be a buddy)
If you don’t know how to reach those individuals, contact:
1. US Forces Korea (USFK) Judge Advocate General (JAG) at DSN: 738-6841
Explain your situation and they can tell you what your options are, where to go for aid, and how to handle your situation regarding returning to the US.
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