Disco At 65 Is Breathing New Life For Seniors in Seoul

Elderly people dance at the New Hyundai Core colatec in Seoul, South Korea, April 10, 2018. Picture taken April 10, 2018. To match Feature SOUTHKOREA-AGEING/DISCOS REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Who says, “Life After 65 years old,” is boring? Check out this new initiative by the Seoul Korean government to boost life into seniors.

Video produced by Olivia Lang and Julie Yoonnyung Lee.  Filmed by Youjin Do and Olivia Lang.

A daytime disco for over-65s in the Korean capital Seoul is giving seniors a new lease of life.

The event is the first of its kind, organized by the local government and aims to tackle loneliness and dementia in the rapidly aging country.

Source: BBC News