More Than Half Of Koreans Own A Car

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More Than Half of Koreans Own a Car
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More Than Half of Koreans Own a Car

More than 22 million cars are now registered in Korea, which means that more than half of Korean adults have a car.

As of the first half of the year there were 22.19 million cars on the roads, one for each 1.93 adults and up 1.8 percent from the end of last year, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said Saturday.

Imported cars accounted for eight percent, up 0.5 percentage points from late last year.

Some 15,900 of the total were electric vehicles, a 35-fold increase from five years ago thanks to government incentives.

Report Shows Most Young Koreans Dont Care About Getting Married Anymore
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Report Shows Most Young Koreans Dont Care About Getting Married Anymore

Young South Koreans are moving away from the idea that everyone should get married.

Statistics Korea recently surveyed 38,600 South Koreans aged 13 and older on their views concerning young couples and marriage. Results of the survey showed that more than half, 51.4%, of South Koreans between the ages of 13 and 24 believe that marriage is not a necessary practice for them.

More than half of young South Koreans dont think marriage is necessary

'Ask Us Anything' Members Fulfilled Their Promise For The Five Percent Rating, Kang Ho Dong Dyed His Hair In Half Red And Blue
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'Ask Us Anything' Members Fulfilled Their Promise For The Five Percent Rating, Kang Ho Dong Dyed His Hair In Half Red And Blue

Kang Ho Dong has been in entertainment industry for a long time. After all of those times, he still shows professionalism in every show. Recently, he and Seo Jang Hoon did drastic transformation as their promise.

Previously, at JTBS's "Ask Us Anything," the members of the show including Kang Ho Dong, Seo Jang Hoon, Heechul and many others have promised to show something new if the ratings got five percent. As it came to reality, on the episode aired on Apr. 15, finally the members kept their promise to the viewers, Soompireported.

Reasons Why Koreans In Their 20s and 30s Like BTS So Much
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Reasons Why Koreans In Their 20s and 30s Like BTS So Much

Korean fans in their 20s and 30s have admitted to becoming fans of Big Hit Entertainments BTS for the fact that they are amazing dancers. 

On top of their ability to make us laugh with their personalities and sit in awe of their voices, BTS has amazed us countless times with their dancing. Their high skill level, organization, and timing of their dance move has caught the attention of all their fans.

BTS puts their all in their choreography. Their hard work in dancing tends to add a lot more emotion and excitement in their performances, from the martial arts moves in Bulletproof Pt.2 to their footwork in Fire.

Koreans are amazed at how small Hyeris face is compared to this comedian
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Koreans are amazed at how small Hyeris face is compared to this comedian

The fascination of Koreans for face sizes has led to a surprising challenge between Hyeri and comedian Kim Ki Soo

Aesthetically, Koreans prefer small faces on women in the belief that it accentuates their distinct facial features. This was certainly the case when Hyeri appeared on MBC’s My Little Television.

Kim Ki Soo, a comedian who recently transformed into a popular beauty video blogger, initially praised Hyeri and fellow member Yura for their make-up. The hot coral pink hue that the two wore that day were reportedly a hot trend these days.