Leaving Seoul: is a push to move the capital gaining ground among South Koreans?

Jan 28, 2021 | INVESTING

For Kim Joo-tak and Noh Geon-hwi, two 20-something South Koreans, Seoul represents two sides of the same coin: the rich promise of living in a metropolis of 25-million-plus people, and the inequities that come with staying.

Young people and families from all corners of the country move to metropolitan Seoul – the Seoul Capital Area includes Seoul, Gyeonggi province and Incheon – for jobs, education and, in general, a chance to improve the quality of their lives. With the country’s best schools…

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