"New family form that two incomes to is not born a child." means "딩크족" in Korean.

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Pronunciation ting-kŭ-jok
meaning New family form that two incomes to is not born a child.
"New family form that two incomes to is not born a child." is "딩크족"(ting-kŭ-jok) in Korean.
DINK (Double Income, No Kids) is a word that occurred in 1986 around the United States, but it refers to the couple to the two-income not born children. In Korea I began to use from around 2010.
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