This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here

FEATURE2 July 2018

Motherhood in South Korea

x All content on Research Live and in Impact magazine is editorially independent from sponsorship or other commercial arrangements.
Find out more about advertising and sponsorship.

Asia Pacific Features Impact Trends Youth

The decline of birth rates is changing the face of motherhood globally, but this cultural shift is most prevalent in South Korea. Katie Mitchell, consultant at The Leading Edge, discusses the findings of a recent study.

Birth rates are dropping rapidly in South Korea – according to Statistics Korea it has the lowest in the world. This is blamed on a tricky economy where two incomes are needed to keep a family afloat, alongside ...