Despite an increase in foreign residents in South Korea, there is a language barrier that prevents them from buying life insurance policies, despite demand.
According to a report by the Korea Times based on a survey it conducted, many domestic- and foreign-owned life insurers are still reluctant to translate their policies into foreign languages, out of concerns over mis-selling or due to lack of awareness of a newly-emerging market.
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