Sumary of South Korea in demographic crisis as many stop having babies:
- She cited frustration with gender inequalities, widespread digital sex crimes targeting women such as spy cams hidden in public restrooms, and a culture that ignores those pushing for social justice.
- Many people who fail to enter good schools and land decent jobs feel theyve become dropouts who cannot be gleeful even if they marry and have kids because South Korea lacks advanced social safety nets, said Choi Yoon Kyung, a professional at the Korea Institute of Child Care and Education.
- South Korea has been benefaction a variety of incentives and other support programs for those who give birth to many children.
- Until the mid-1990s, South Korea maintained birth control programs, which were initially launched to sedate the countrys post-war population explosion.