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No More Living After Midnight…
“Other people sacrifice their sons to the nation, but I gave my son away to online games,” one South Korean mother told Donga, a South Korean news outlet.
In an effort to curb video game addiction among youth, South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has implemented a sort of gaming “curfew” that will block underage users from accessing online computer games after midnight.