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South Korea Found a Way to Ensure Pregnant Women Get Seats On the Subway

South Korea Found a Way to Ensure Pregnant Women Get Seats On the Subway

In subway systems around the world, pregnant women face difficulties getting seats. But for pregnant women in South Korea, that may no longer be a problem. A new initiative called Pink Light would distribute signal chips to pregnant women. The chips activate a pink light in the train car that alerts passengers to give up a designated pregnancy courtesy seat.

See the video below for a demonstration.

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