Why Are So Many Well-Off Korean Men Single?
More and more Korean men stay single, with the latest statistics showing that 1.74 million men in their 30s live alone. That means more than half of the 3.42 million men in that age group are not married. A tough job market and soaring housing prices are often cited as the social drivers of the trend, but not everyone thinks that Koreans are solely motivated by these economic factors.
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