Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (April 26, 2016)
1. A study found that obese men have 20% higher chance of developing prostate cancer. They have to walk to sweat or workout at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week to maintain their body weight in balance.
I believe most people are cancer patients if they have to spend a certain amount of time on exercise.
2. Korean consumers call for a boycott of products from Oxy. The products include Oxy clean, Dettol, Beet, Bang, Harpic, Finish, Power clean, Hippo dehumidifier, Hippo deodorizer, and Hamaroid (naphthalene ball).
There is a wide range of products. I don’t know some items. Because we are aware that products from Oxy have harmful effects on our body, we should stop using them.
3. An increasing number of Korean say that marriage is good but not getting married is also good. Since last year, individuals say “no” to marriage in social media have increased at an explosive rate. They also mentioned more about “practical” and “economic” rather than “love”
“Love is not a joke.” Love must face reality. That’s sad.