网友讨论：为什么那么多的韩国人和父母一起生活？Why Do So Many Koreans Live With Their Parents? | Street Interview
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American here. In western society, there are also many young people living with their parents right now. In the past a person could easily support himself. But as the economy has gotten worse, staying longer with parents becomes normal again. I'm 27 and my sister is 30 and we're both still living with our parents presently.
I agree, I am from Spain. I think this can be applied in the developed countries, not only in Asia…
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I'm from Asia and this "moving out/kicking out at 18yrs of age" is something I was made aware of in Western movies. They often has that scene or conversation. That is not a common concept in Asia. I guess its cultural differences. They say the West is individualistic while Asia, in general, has a collectivist culture so family here, more or less, stays together. Common reason for moving out is really marriage not age or financial capability.
@Viki CruzB developed countries, not only Asia.... wth do you mean? since when Korea was not a developed country
Same here! If wasn’t my mom I wouldn’t be in the place I am today. I get a career and me and her have a business together. I’m 27 living with her but she doesn’t have to work a 9 to 5 now since I can handle everything now. If it wasn’t for living at home and being to save money cause of that who knows how long it would of taken me
@Voruto Uzamaki you both run a business together? That’s so great, dude.
I have the same feeling too.The house prices is getting higher in my country but lots of people are getting poorer because of the pandemic.
well it's the very important cultural part in India to stay with our parents.
Parents took care of us when we were a child so now it's our responsibility to take care of our parents when they are getting older and weak
It's totally normal in asian. Mostly can move out after marriage. But some family can live together with their parents too. Nothing to ashame of it. But i think it's good to move out once we have stable income.
In India living with parents is common. I'm 17 still living with my parents and my dad's 40 still living with his dad. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Our parents provide for us until we are able to make money, they provide every need of ours from education to food,clothes. In return when our parents grow old we provide for them. Rather than sending our parents to old age home, we take care of them.
Yeah I'm 15 and I still live with my parents too.
Yes indian here. This year i started my job and now finally my parents can rest and enjoy life. Now i will take care of my parents and take them new places to visit on weekends.
Living with parents all your life in india is common unless you are a girl . Here , a girl has to leave her house after marriage and go live either in her husband's home or somewhere else . Your dad is still living with his dad because he is a man . What about your mom? Is she still living with her parents ? I think we need a change in india where not only man but woman should also have the right to live with her parents after marriage if she wants to .
@I stole Jimin's jams my mom can go live with her mom and brother anytime she wants. My mom got a job so whenever there's holidays she meets with her mom.
@Anmi Dohan i understand your point but not every parents have a son to take care of them . What if they only have a daughter? Who will take care of them after marriage? If men can live with their parents after marriage then women should also have the right to in my opinion and if not that , then both shouldn't live with their parents .
As a person who lived with my parents before marriage, I lived with my parents and gave them living expenses every month, voluntarily cleaned the dishes of my family, and was in charge of the laundry. Living at home, I used to change light bulbs, and repair roofs, and I gave them cash for electricity bills for air conditioners in summer, and heating bills in winter too.
Why American parents kick their kids out as soon as they turn 18 ?
The US is on an extreme and it is actually interesting that parents are harsher in the West when it comes to young, while the stereotype is that the white spoil their kids the most.
While I was in college, I lived at home…once I graduated and got a good paying job, I got my own place. My parents were never in a rush to kick me out, and they actually gave me some pushback when I told them I wanted to move out (“you can stay longer”), but having my own place was always my end goal.
Living with parents is a blessing since day by day they are growing old.
Not everyone has a good family relationship. Some parents are abusive to their children which makes them want to move out as soon as they are old enough.
Yes my parents have done so much for me , I would never let them live alone when they are old , I just want to get a job so that I can take care of my parents, let them enjoy their lives without any burden and take them to Many places to visit.
Theres nothing wrong with it of course but we young people should also learn how to live by ourselves because our parents are not gonna be alive forever to help us out. When you live by yourself you can visit your parents after work.
west should learn from east.
@me Yes I agree with your views. But as long you hv a job and is earning, there's nothing wrong in living with your parents in your adult age.
You talk as is if everybodies parents were loving their children. You obviously don’t know the harsh realities of life..!
Because you need to grow up and make a family
I'm a 27 woman living with my parents in Canada and im not financially stable to live on my own. My parents love me and will never kick me out. It's inhuman to do so to your child.
I do help them to pay rent. Daily spend.
Living on your own now it's for the rich ppl.
I agree with what you said except for “it’s for rich people.” That’s a ridiculous statement. Plenty of people who are not rich live on their own.
Living with parents until marriage has become the norm these days in Canada. The cost of living has been out of control for over a decade now, and wages are trash.
Sorry, that's just utter bs. I've not lived with my parents since I was 18. I'm not rich either.
You can definitely live independently of your parents, but most people just aren't willing to make the sacrifices to make that so.
I'm part Korean. Moved out at 17, younger siblings did at 24 and 18. I'm now in the process of moving cities to be closer to my mother because I'm the eldest and I believe it is my duty to care for her as she ages
Here in India we live with our parents and take care of them forever.
I am 24 and still live with my parents and not ashamed of it, even after marriage we lived with our parents and take care of them in whole life.