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South Korean 'superdads' on paternity leave break with tradition

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Fathers like Mr Chung, who has taken a year of paternity leave from his job in sales with a big foreign company, were once so rare in male-dominated South Korea that they are called "superdads".

Seoul

IT'S A weekday morning and Chung Sang Hoon, 34, is at home with his two young children, classical music playing in the background.

Fathers like Mr Chung, who has taken a year of paternity leave from his job in sales with a big foreign company, were once so rare in male-

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