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SEOUL: Love, or the thought of it is in the air, as Senior Minister of State Josephine Teo leads a National Population and Talent Division (NPTD) study trip to South Korea to examine marriage and parenthood trends in the country.
Mrs Teo took to Facebook to share insights from the first leg of her trip.
"Young people in Korea today are facing difficulties, especially on the economic front, making it harder for them to get married,” said head of the Population Research Centre at the Korean Institute of Health and Social Affairs, Lee Sang-Lim.“They need to consider job security, income level, the cost that goes into a wedding and preparing for housing.
However, she was not met with instant approval when Ms Kim told her Singaporean friends about it."Most of my Singaporean friends say it's really highly stigmatised in Singapore,” she said.This process begins by the parents sitting on a bench with their child’s credentials, such as photos and academic or career information.After information has been exchanged and the parents like what they see, questions are asked about anything ranging from their child’s zodiac sign to their place of residence.This makes it even more difficult for a partner to be found.Li, a middle-aged man who has experienced blind dating says he has met women “who have no intention of finding a boyfriend. Mee-ting blind dates are group dates with no prior expectations of commitment, and are often used by university students.