Thursday, February 22, 2018
Certainties in Life
WHAT YOU DON’T SEE: After the cameras go off, an army of poor, elderly South Koreans clean the Olympic venues, a sign of the nation’s aging workforce and crisis of care for its older people. “Knees. Shoulders. It all hurts,” said one worker, Lee Seon-dae, 68. “I’m too tired to do this.” The Washington Post’s Chico Harlan and Yoonjung Seo report.