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In the 1990s South Korea was one of the “Four Asian Tigers,” economies whose rapid industrialisation and sustained economic growth served as a model for developing countries around the world.

Since then, South Korea has become a country that’s experiencing vast inequality between rich and poor and trapping its new generation of skilled workers in a cycle of debt that makes it difficult for the country’s middle class to sustain itself. ..

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