Premium Talking Tips: More Young Koreans Run Away from Home in Tough Job Market

Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking today? Then, please check out this article by The Chosunilbo






One police officer in Seoul said, “In the past, missing persons reports usually involved children or senior citizens, but these days we see a lot of young people running away from home when they can’t find jobs.”  Police are usually stumped when they are asked to find missing adults. The law only requires them to investigate missing minors, handicapped people and senior citizens with dementia. Adults who suddenly disappear are not classified as missing but as runaways, and police are not allowed to conduct search operations or check DNA samples since everyone is entitled to come and go as they please. Even if missing adults are found, police are not allowed to contact their family if the person does not want it. -The Chosunilbo


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Source: The Chosunilbo

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