Seoul to Combat Internet Addiction
Eo Gee-jun, president of the Korea Computer Life Institute, told The Korea Times that three out of 10 adults are addicted gamers, while the number of addicted teenage gamers is slightly lower at 26 percent.
“Children start to play Internet games when they become fourth or fifth graders. They tend to be more attached to them as they grow up. Teenagers are under the control of their parents at home and are discouraged from accessing the Internet for long hours,” he said.
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