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[Pick] People About 84% "I'm proud to be Korean"

2019-12-09T08:40:34.217Z

Eight out of 10 Koreans feel proud of themselves as Koreans. Today, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has released the results of the survey on Korean Consciousness and Values ​​in 2019, which was conducted through individual interviews with 5,100 adults and men.



Eight out of 10 Koreans feel proud of themselves as Koreans.

Today (9th), the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism released the results of the survey on Korean Consciousness and Values ​​of 2019, which was conducted by individual interviews with 5,100 adults and men across the country.

In response to the question 'How happy are you considering the overall situation?', 63.6% of Koreans answered 'happy' and 68.3% answered 'what is worth' about what they are doing. When asked whether they could make free choices in their lives, 63.7% said they could.

Most notable was the fact that most Koreans were proud of Korea's history and culture. 81.9% of the respondents answered 'I think our country is a good place to live', and 83.9% said that they are proud of being Korean, and 83.3% said that they think of Korean history. In addition, 93.3%, 85.3%, and 92.8% of Koreans responded that they were 'excellent' in traditional culture, relics, mental culture, and Korean popular music, respectively.

The survey also explained the public's concern about social conflict. 91.8% of respondents thought that there was a great deal of progress and conservative conflict, and 90.6% said they were serious about economic polarization. The most serious problems facing our country were jobs with 31.3%, followed by low birth rates and aging, with 22.9% and the gap between rich and poor.

When asked what kind of country we would like to be in the future, the most economically rich country was 41.1%, followed by politically democratic mature countries, 23.8%, and social welfare-equipped countries, 16.8%.

Lastly, 50.8% of the respondents answered that North Korea had 42.0% of the perceptions of 'cooperation to work together' and 8.8% of respondents who said 'we should help.' However, 61.1% of respondents said that they did not need to rush, and only 11.1% said they should do it as soon as possible.

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Source: sbskr

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