A city in South Korea has resorted to matchmaking as a measure to combat low birth rates.

Seongnam city in South Korea has initiated a mass blind-dating event as a strategy to address declining birth rates. This move comes as marriage popularity and enthusiasm for parenthood have significantly declined.

In the ambiance of Christmas tunes, around 100 South Korean men and women assembled at a hotel near Seoul, adorned in their finest attire, each with name tags affixed to their clothing, in search of romantic connections.

This matchmaking effort is part of the government’s initiative to encourage and support the prospect of increasing the number of births in the country.

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