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K-parenting: A family that embraces all things Korean

K-dramas have become a feature of the writer's married life as he and his wife do household chores while watching the shows. ST ILLUSTRATION: CEL GULAPA
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SINGAPORE - If I could give one piece of advice to young couples, it would be to find the person you want to spend the rest of your life with and watch K-dramas (Korean dramas) together.

I am blessed to have married my university sweetheart, F, shortly after we both graduated from university. Twenty-three years of marriage have passed in the blink of an eye, and we now have two teenage boys - R, 19, and S, who is 16.

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