South Koreans are about to get a year or two younger, thanks to a new law

South Korea passed a new law on Thursday that aims to standardize how age is calculated in the country. Children play in Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul, South Korea, on August 17. (Chris Jung/NurPhoto/Getty Images/File)
South Korea passed a new law on Thursday that aims to standardize how age is calculated in the country. Children play in Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul, South Korea, on August 17. (Chris Jung/NurPhoto/Getty Images/File)

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