K. Juszczyk-Frelkiewicz, G. Libor (red.), "Contemporary family - comparative perspective" (S. 131-149). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
"The lifestyle of a Korean family has changed considerably over the past few
decades. First of all, the trends in women’s fertility‑related
choices have changed.
Contemporary Korean women postpone the decision to have their first child.
More and more often they opt for childlessness in order to focus on their educational
development and professional career. Contemporary Korean women do not
always have plans related to marriage or having children. They know that after
getting married they will be under the authority of their husband and his family,
and that they will have to resign from further education and career in order to
take care of the house, husband, and children. However, a growing number of
contemporary Korean women are inclined to pursue their professional careers
while not resigning from taking care of the house and raising children" […] (fragm.)