As a nurse from South Korea working for decades in Germany, Madam Suk Sook-ja always missed her hometown.
So as she grew older, on hearing about South Korea building a retirement village for migrants like her on Namhae, an island off the country's southern tip, she jumped at the opportunity to return home.
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