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South Korean Teens Unplug for One Week in BBC Challenge

BBC World Service

As part of its “On/Off” project, BBC recruited two families in South Korea — the most wired place on earth, where social networking was practically invented –to spend a week without the Internet. Some said that living offline was inconvenient and felt “suffocating” but others enjoyed “rediscovering lost time” to play and socialize. While one person never wanted “to go through this again,” another recommended that “everyone should spend a week without the Internet.”



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