Koreans have a interesting way of calculating age. When you are born, you are already one year old, and then you get another year older when New Year's Day passes. Imagine celebrating your birthday along with everyone else that was born in the same year as you! Everyone born on the same calendar year effectively has the same Korean age and can easily be calculated by the formula: Age = (Current Year − Birth Year) + 1
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