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Mum’s the mob in South Korea


Mothers gone wild: Due to South Korea’s low birth rates, motherhood has become a kind of privilege in the republic, leading to some mums considering themselves of having higher status and being more powerful than others. — AFP

Mothers gone wild: Due to South Korea’s low birth rates, motherhood has become a kind of privilege in the republic, leading to some mums considering themselves of having higher status and being more powerful than others. — AFP

IT all started when a four-year-old boy went home from day care and told his family he was upset.

He had been pushed over by a member of staff while on a field trip to a water park, he said. All he had wanted to do was get the woman’s attention.

   

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