I overstayed in South Korea , and now I want to go back to my home country (the US) after two months.
Will there be a problem with the US Immigration when arriving back to the country?
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If you are a US citizen - you can always return to the US. The US is not going to be enforcing Korean laws, so your overstay in Korea is of no consequence in the US. There may be consequences in other countries which may refuse to accept you or give you visa given your history of overstay. There most definitely will be consequences in Korea, you will very likely be denied entry in the future.
It is unlikely that there will be any problems with US immigration when returning home after overstaying in South Korea. However, it is always possible that immigration officers may have questions or ask for further information regarding your stay in South Korea. It is important that you can provide all necessary documentation to avoid any issues.