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vicious cycle continues to rise as the price of the house and the rented property interlock, more and more people are trying to buy a house quickly with anxiety.

The proportion of young people is increasing, and people in their 30s and 20s are actively buying apartments.

Reporter Han Se-Hyun covered it.


Lee Mo, an office worker in her 20s, recently bought a small apartment in Anyang, Gyeonggi-do.

In Seoul, where I have a job, I changed my mind to buy a house in Gyeonggi-do because the rental price was high and it was difficult to find a chartered property.

Housing anxiety was felt more than the discomfort of long-distance commuting.

[Auntie / 20s / Gyeonggi apartment purchase: I am commuting for two hours only by round trip, so if I don't do that, I don't think I can buy a house anymore...


Last month, the number of apartments in their 20s bought from the country was 3,561, a 25% increase from a month ago.

The share of 20s in total purchases also exceeded 5% for the first time since the related statistics were prepared.

[Kim Kyu-gyu/Director of Korea Investment & Securities Asset Succession Research Institute: I am suffering from anxiety that I have to move while paying a much more expensive jeonse, and I am being stimulated to use a loan to prepare my own home if possible...

.] In

Seoul, the overall number of transactions continued to decline, but the decline was not significant for those in their 30s.

As such, the proportion of apartment purchases in Seoul last month was 38.5%, a record high.

[Mr. Lee/30s, buying an apartment in Seongdong-gu, Seoul: It wasn't easy realistically when I tried to subscribe.

I was anxious that I might not be able to live now or forever, so I raised all the credit loans (I bought a house.)]

Anxiety about the price of jeonse is not calming the panic buying of the 2030 generation.

[Kwon Dae-jung/Myongji University, Professor of Real Estate Graduate School: When the rental price goes up, that only makes me anxious.

You don't think your home prices are going down

That is why it is unreasonable to pay an excessive amount of debt and to invest in the gap with the jeonse.] It

is unclear whether the government's pre-generational plan has a small amount of apartments, so it will be possible to alleviate this anxiety.