South Koreans are getting a year younger, parliament rules
Traditional way of counting age scrapped

The Daily Star -Reuters, Seoul

South Korea on Thursday passed laws to scrap its traditional method of counting ages and adopt the international standard – a shift which will make its citizens either 1 or 2 years younger on official documents
Koreans are deemed to be a year old when born and a year is added every January 1. This is the age most commonly cited in everyday life.Read more on The Daily Star

Author: apdimcion

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *