Korea has become a lethal red ocean, and to survive, we need the wisdom of exitingㅡExiting this success-obsessed cycle of competition for our own good.
The innovation itself is inherently harmless, but our cities may not exactly be prepared to smoothly translate it into a positive service for the good of larger public.
Korea, one of the world’s biggest buyers of gas, was paying some of the highest prices for it. To make matters worse, electricity consumption is expected to nearly double by 2035
This is a bigger fight, against those who downplay our democratic endeavors and ideals in place of supposedly more solid and real economic priorities.
Every day, the elderlies are preparing for a real exodus, not just from Seoul, but the mortal world itself. At this rate, empty Seoul might as well be bought out by posh young Chinese people.
“What Korea should really pay attention toㅡgiven that it is scoring the highest among the OECD members in terms of work hours, suicide rates, low fertility rates, and elderly poverty ㅡ is Japan’s latest policy to maximize labor power.”