At the end of last month, an average apartment sale price in Seoul reached a record high, exceeding 1 billion won, a real estate company announced.

The average apartment rental price is also about to exceed 500 million won.

The rent for apartments in Seoul is also rising continuously for 59 weeks in a row.

A prospective newlywed married this year is said to be looking for an officetel because it is difficult to find a charter.

A homeless man in his 40s recently signed a contract to buy a neighborhood apartment for 700 million won, but the contract was terminated the very next day.

In a few days, the bid price rose 200 million won, and the seller has notified the cancellation.

The stabilization of housing for the common people and the supply of public rental housing was President Moon Jae-in's presidential election pledge, but why is it not being kept properly?

On the 4th, the government, which has consistently maintained the position that housing supply is sufficient since the beginning of the regime, announced measures for large-scale supply.

It is said that it will provide an additional 132,000 households in the metropolitan area, prepare new housing sites using public institutions and idle land, and expand public rental housing.

However, it is expected that the jeonse crisis will continue for the time being, as it takes time for additional housing to be supplied as a result of the government's measures, and the number of new apartments in Seoul will decrease significantly next year.

Is there enough housing supply? Is it insufficient?