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KOREA-ELDERLY/DEATH
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January 21, 2013
Kong Kyung-soon, 73, who lives alone, walks after washing her hands through a space that consists of...
Seoul, South Korea
Kong walks after washing her hands through a space that consists of a toilet, bathroom and kitchenette...
Kong Kyung-soon, 73, who lives alone, walks after washing her hands through a space that consists of a toilet, bathroom and kitchenette in her tiny rented apartment with two square meters of living space in Seocho-gu, adjacent to the posh Gangnam suburb, in Seoul January 16, 2013. Once a country where filial duty and a strong Confucian tradition saw parents revered, modern day South Korea, with a population of 50 million, has grown economically richer but family ties have fragmented. Nowadays 1.2 million elderly South Koreans live - and increasingly die - alone, just over 20 percent of the elderly population. Picture taken January 16, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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