For Seoul citizens, the threat of armed conflict with Pyongyang seems remote but there are concerns about the unpredictability of Donald Trump
In the bars and coffee shops along Jongno, the historic avenue through the modern centre of Seoul, South Korea’s capital, people talk of the difficulties of finding jobs, of rising prices and the stress of life in a booming city.
“Young people are very uneasy,” says Han Jung-min, who’s found stopgap work in a trendy coffee shop on an alley just off Jongno while looking for “a real job” more commensurate with her college education. “It’s very depressing.”
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