Fewer University Students Rely On Parents For Tuition

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Fewer University Students Rely on Parents for Tuition
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Fewer University Students Rely on Parents for Tuition

The portion of university students who rely on their parents for tuitions has fallen sharply over the last 10 years, while more and more humanities and social sciences majors take time out from school to prepare for viable jobs.

The Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training analyzed data from the Korea Employment Information Service on 25,987 university graduates in 2005 and 2014.

It finds that the proportion of university students who relied on their parents for tuitions fell 17.2 points from 75.3 percent in 2005 to 58.1 percent in 2014. Instead, those who relied on loans increased 11.3 points from 5.1 to 16.4 percent.

Watch: VICTON Becomes Charming Students For Blank Dance Practice Video
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Watch: VICTON Becomes Charming Students For Blank Dance Practice Video

Rookie idol group VICTON is back with a new dance practice video for their follow up title track Blank and fans will be happy to see the boys dancing their choreography while dressed in school uniforms.

The adorable choreography matches perfectly with the upbeat, lovable vibe of their song and the VICTON members dont forget to make eye contact with fans during close ups. Meanwhile, VICTON recently talked about being grateful for their growing fanbase and it was recently confirmed that VICTON will be traveling to the United States for their first performance abroad.

Touching Story Of Produce 101 Season 2 Trainee Kim Yong Jin And His Parents Tugs At Heartstrings
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Touching Story Of Produce 101 Season 2 Trainee Kim Yong Jin And His Parents Tugs At Heartstrings

The touching story of a trainee from Produce 101 Season 2 and his parents is tugging at peoples heartstrings.

A post was recently made on an online community with the title, Kim Yong Jin and his tear-jerking story. It aimed to introduce the story of Kim Yong Jin, a trainee from Wings Entertainment, and his parents.

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It was revealed that before the show began airing, Kim Yong Jins parents printed out flyers to promote their son. They are said to be very supportive of their son and his dreams, even standing outside in the rain to hand out the flyers to students in their area.

Chinese Parents Find Their Missing Daughter After 15 Years Through a Viral Video
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Chinese Parents Find Their Missing Daughter After 15 Years Through a Viral Video

After watching a video of a disabled beggar singing on the street, this Chinese family believes that they have finally found their missing daughter.

When Mou Cuicui ran away from home 15 years ago, her family had thought theyd never see her again. Due to a viral video, however, they may be reunited after all this time.

Cuicuis younger brother came across a video of a disabled homeless woman singing in the street and noticed she seemed a little too familiar. He immediately showed his parents, and all 3 noticed the woman in the video looked just like their missing daughter, Cuicui. After watching the clip over and over, the family is certain that it is her.

Kim Yong Jin's parents hand out flyers for their son who didn't get screen time on 'Produce 101' season 2
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Kim Yong Jin's parents hand out flyers for their son who didn't get screen time on 'Produce 101' season 2

Kim Yong Jin's parents have stepped up to promote their son!

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Kim Yong Jin is one of the 98 trainees currently auditioning for 'Produce 101' season 2. Unfortunately, he failed to gain much attention and popularity due to a short amount of screen time. To make him more known to the public, Kim Yong Jin's parents decided to make flyers. According to netizens, Kim Yong Jin's parents handed the flyers out in the rain before the second episode aired on April 14.