South Korea’s foreign nanny experiment

The World

In South Korea, corporations demand long hours from their employees, and the pressure to succeed can be intense. This is one reason many young South Koreans decide not to have kids. They simply don’t have the time. But the government wants to entice white-collar workers to have more children, and officials are now ready to try out a controversial experiment. The World’s Patrick Winn reports.

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