Children of Immigrant Mothers Have Trouble Adjusting
A growing number of immigrant teenagers who came to Korea with single mothers as they married Korean men have become a new social concern. The number of such children is currently about 1,500, the government estimates.
Many of them experience severe identity confusion and difficulties caused by the language barrier and cultural differences when they arrive here. As they lack skills and information, many give up their studies.
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