1 In 5 Unemployed Young People Give Up Looking For Jobs

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1 in 5 Unemployed Young People Give up Looking for Jobs
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1 in 5 Unemployed Young People Give up Looking for Jobs

Some 329,000 unemployed people have given up looking for jobs and are just staying home, accounting for 22.4 percent of all jobless people, Statistics Korea said Thursday. That is almost twice the number of unemployed young people who are looking for jobs.

Among the jobless young, 256,000 said they have given up looking for work, accounting for 17.4 percent of young unemployed people.

Economists fear that the so-called "NEET" tribe (Not in Education, Employment or Training) is growing. According to the OECD, 18 percent of Koreans between 15 to 29 are NEETs, compared to an average 14.6 percent among OECD nations.

Destroying objects in the 'Rage Room' is attracting young people in Seoul
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Destroying objects in the 'Rage Room' is attracting young people in Seoul

Feeling stressed out and overwhelmed by life these days? If you're in Seoul then you're in luck as 'Seoul Rage Room' just popped up. This 'Rage Room' is gaining popularity among young people in their 20s, looking to relieve their pressures and stress.

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The 'Rage Room' is a room filled with various props one can use to destroy while wearing protection gear such as a hard-hat helmet, safety goggles, and ear muffs. Some props include old CRT TV's, rice cookers, printers, dishes, and more where people can smash these objects using a metal baseball bat in addition to punching the heck out of mannequin dummies.

Apink, Heize, And Park Jin Young Hang Out Together After Party People In Instagram Photo
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Apink, Heize, And Park Jin Young Hang Out Together After Party People In Instagram Photo

Apink, Heize, and Park Jin Young posed for a group photo after recording a show together!

The photo was posted by Apinks Hayoung on Instagram and shows the members and Heize relaxing with Park Jin Young after appearing on his new music show Party People.

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The latest episode of the SBS show displayed a wide range of emotions, as everyone laughed while Apinks Bomi related her wild tactics to avoid recognition at a club, then teared up as Heize performed her emotional cover of Apinks No No No.

These 7 Idols Had Part-Time Jobs Before Their Debut That You Never Knew About
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These 7 Idols Had Part-Time Jobs Before Their Debut That You Never Knew About

Prior to becoming household names, 7 of Koreas top idols worked part-time jobs just like many other teenagers.

Many teenagers and college students will work part-time jobs to help alleviate the costs of school, tuition, food, and even rent, and idols were no exception. These are the jobs that 7 of Koreas top idol group members worked prior to becoming stars.

Im Siwan is known as the idol representative when talking about perfect sons. Since elementary school, he was the class president and always received top grades. Prior to debuting with ZE:A, he majored in mechanical engineering at Busan University. He also worked as a private tutor, helping students with English, mathematics, and physics.

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[Spoiler] "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" Kim Ji-suk orders children to be buried alive

Kim Ji-suk ordered the children of female singers to be buried alive.

On the latest episode of the MBC drama "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People", Yeonsangun (Kim Ji-suk) watched women sing with Nok-soo (Lee Honey).

One of them started to gag. She was pregnant. Nok-soo had said some of the singers she brought from outside were pregnant or had kids.

Yeonsangun said he needed female singers and not children. He ordered the children to be buried alive.

Source:star.moneytoday.co.kr...