Drive to get South Korean mums working

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The latest jobs data in South Korea are expected to show a drop in the unemployment rate.

But faced with an ageing population and rising welfare costs, South Korea needs to get more out of its workers.

And there is a drive underway to get more mothers back in the workplace.

But there are many barriers to overcome including a long working hours culture and a push for academic success in the young.

The BBC's Lucy Williamson has this report.

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