The number of stay-at-home fathers in South Korea rose to an all-time high last month.
According to the Korean Statistical Information Service,… 13-thousand men stayed home in March to take care of pre-school-aged children.
That's up 6-thousand on-year,.. and the most since data were first compiled more than 20 years ago.
These dads, staying at home, are those classified as neither employed nor looking for work.
The number of women engaged in child-rearing full time is gradually declining.
It dropped by more than 90-thousand on-year.