A lone office worker is doing an overtime shift in downtown Seoul; young people in South Korea complain that life there is "hell." Photo: Jun Michael Park for The Washington Post A lone office worker is doing an overtime shift in downtown Seoul; young people in South Korea complain that life there is "hell." Photo: Jun Michael Park for The Washington Post
A lone office worker is doing an overtime shift in downtown Seoul; young people in South Korea complain that life there is "hell." Photo: Jun Michael Park for The Washington Post

Why young South Koreans call their country ‘hell’ and are looking for ways out

A lone office worker is doing an overtime shift in downtown Seoul; young people in South Korea complain that life there is "hell." Photo: Jun Michael Park for The Washington Post A lone office worker is doing an overtime shift in downtown Seoul; young people in South Korea complain that life there is "hell." Photo: Jun Michael Park for The Washington Post
A lone office worker is doing an overtime shift in downtown Seoul; young people in South Korea complain that life there is "hell." Photo: Jun Michael Park for The Washington Post
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