Could you explain to me the Korean age thing?


http://skylsea.blogspot.kr/2015/02/korean-age-system.html


Korean age starts at 1 when you're born, and then changes every solar new year(1st of January) to be a year older, regardless of when your actual birthday is. So someone born early in the year will usually have a Korean age that's 1 year older than their international age, while someone born late in the year will usually have a Korean age that's 2 years older than their international age. People born in the middle of the year will spend equal time being 1 year and 2 years older (Korean age) than their international age.


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