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The female conscription system was on the list.
On the 16th, KBS reported on the 16th that 52.8% of respondents were in favor of the introduction of the female conscription system.
The opposition was 35.4%.
Six out of ten voted in favor of recruiting women as professional soldiers.
The voices demanding the introduction of the female conscription system and recruitment system are growing, which seems to be due to the markedly decreased fertility rate.
In fact, there is a forecast that the number of active-duty enlistment resources, which is currently 290,000 people, will decrease to 200,000 in 2030, 10 years later, and to 140,000 in 2040. China, Israel, and North Korea are adopting the female conscription system. The fact that officers and deputies are also recruiting women in Korea is also fueling the discussion of female conscription.
This survey was conducted by KBS' Current Affairs Planning Window' to the KBS Public Media Research Center and conducted an Internet survey of KBS National Panel from the 22nd to the 25th of last month, and 1,12 people responded, and the sample error is ± 95% confidence level. 3.1 percentage points.
Tottenham's Son Heung-min also climbed the rankings.
There was a game between Tottenham and West Ham in the English Premier League this morning, and Son Heung-min scored his first goal in 45 seconds from the start of the game.
With a seventh goal in the fifth round of the league, Son Heung-min was tied for first place scoring with Everton's Dominic Calvert Lewin.
He also showed off his breath with Kane, and 7 minutes later, Kane scored the goal after receiving a pass from Son Heung-min.
In the 16th minute of the first half, Kane's additional goal led Tottenham 3-0 in the first half alone, but unfortunately, after Son Heung-min was replaced in the 35th minute of the second half, he scored 3 goals and scored a 3-3 unfortunate draw.