South Korean students report getting inadequate sleep

02/17/2014 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

High-school students in South Korea slept on average five hours and 27 minutes per night last year, according to a recent survey that found about 70% of such students report getting inadequate sleep. Primarily to blame, according to about half of students, is the work of their after-school classes. Others said movies and television cut into their sleeping time.

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