Until the end of World War II, Korea was under Japanese occupation.
After becoming independent from Japan, the Republic of Korea was established as a liberal democracy.
Women, in general, could not participate in society as men did but, were, instead, expected to support their husband.
During the era under the colonial administration of imperial Japan, Korea women (almost Up to 200,000) were sent to work as comfort women in Japan's military brothels.
if one family is richer than the other, they may offer to cover more of the costs).
For example, several schools were founded for the education of women.As they took a larger role in economic activities, the educational level of women also increased, providing additional opportunities for professionalization.Today, Korean women receive high levels of education and actively participate in a wide variety of fields, including education, medicine, engineering, scholarship, the arts, law, literature, and sports.In traditional Korean society, women's roles have historically been confined to the home.From a young age, women were taught the virtues of subordination and endurance to prepare for their future roles as wife and mother.