People stage a rally supporting feminism in Seoul last month. Photo: AP
People stage a rally supporting feminism in Seoul last month. Photo: AP
South Korea

Marry a No 2 man? In South Korea, women use presidential preferences to decide who to date

  • Popular online posts claim Democratic Party supporters make good boyfriends and husbands, unlike men who favour the conservative People Power Party
  • But some antifeminists have embraced the ‘No 2 men’ label – in an election that has been shaped by divisive gender politics

People stage a rally supporting feminism in Seoul last month. Photo: AP
People stage a rally supporting feminism in Seoul last month. Photo: AP
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