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South Korea cuts human interaction in push to build ‘untact’ society

The government invests heavily to remove human contact from many aspects of life but fears of harmful social consequences persist

For Seoul-based graduate Lee Su-bin, the transition to a new lifestyle during the pandemic was no big deal.

“At the university library, I would reserve my books online, which would then be sanitised in a book steriliser before being delivered to a locker for pick up,” the 25-year-old says.

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