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By encouraging dating, the hope is that more singles will pair up, tie the knot, and eventually have children.One way of doing so is through dating agencies, an industry which is well-established in South Korea.Its more than 1,000 dating agencies are found mostly in the capital Seoul, and it is not uncommon for parents to sign their single children up at these agencies.The largest agency, Duo, offers specialised services such as professional dating coaches and "couple managers", who counsel couples working on their relationship or who want to get married.But Koreans are generally open about dating and are more willing to approach commercial agencies, said Mrs Teo, who oversees population matters and is on a week-long trip to South Korea and Denmark to study how each country encourages marriage and parenthood."Single Koreans may be discreet in not openly advertising the fact, but if asked, they won't deny it either," she said in a Facebook post yesterday at the end of the South Korean leg of her trip.Making reference to this, Mrs Teo said in her Facebook post: "Dating 'Gangnam style' may be deliberate but still fairly cheerful and relaxed, and very often aided by family, friends or professionals." In earlier comments to reporters during the visit, she said dating agencies in Singapore will need to take into account the local culture to be successful.
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