Afghan children in South Korea welcome new life away from war and restrictions

A group of Afghan children, who were part of almost 400 people evacuated to South Korea in August, on Wednesday shared their relief of being able to enjoy life with their families in a new country away from war and restrictions.“In Afghanistan, you can’t do activities as freely as men do,” one young girl told reporters after a taekwondo class on Wednesday. “It’s satisfying to do taekwondo without a hijab in Korea right now.”A boy at the class said he had never known a war-free life until his…


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