Increasing returns markets throughout
Some young South Koreans are so cut off from the world that the government offers to pay them to “re-enter society.”
The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family announced this week that it will provide up to 650,000 Korean won (about $500) per month to isolated social inmates, in a bid to support their “psychological and emotional stability and healthy growth.”
About 3.1% of Koreans aged 19 to 39 are “lonely and lonely youth,” defined as living in a “limited space, in a state of being disconnected from the outside for more than a certain period of time, and they have remarkable difficulty in living. a normal life,” according to the ministry report citing the Korea Institute of Health and Social Affairs.
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