|지성-이보영 부부 (연합뉴스)|
South Korean women are more dissatisfied with their marriages than men, a study showed on Wednesday.
In a survey of 956 men and women by the Planned Population Federation of Korea, only 19.4 percent of female respondents said they would marry their current spouses if they were given a chance to live a second life.
For male participants, the figure was higher at 45 percent, suggesting that more women have a negative view of their spouses.
On the other hand, only 18.9 percent of women answered that they would never marry their husband again with 7.5 percent of men giving the equivalent response.
When asked whether their life became happier after getting married, 19.4 percent of women and 39.2 percent of men responded positively.
By Im Woo-jung, Intern reporter