Seoul residents have worked an average of 5 hours and 19 minutes a day last year, 12 minutes less than in 2019, but residents’ average daily sleep time and media browsing time have increased due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey by the Seoul municipal government of South Korea.
According to the South Korean Herald, a survey of 1,000 residents between the ages of 18 and 69 found that due to the government’s pandemic prevention and quarantine measures, people will stay at home longer in 2020, with an average of 2 hours and 2 minutes a day of housework, an increase of 4 minutes over the previous year; an average of 6 hours and 47 minutes of sleep a day.
Clock, 9 minutes more than 2019. However, people spend 12 minutes less time spent on personal dressing up than the average daily level in 2019.
In addition, people have an average of 19 minutes more free time a day, most of which is used to watch shared videos, online dramas or games on the Internet.
Speaking of the biggest difficulties encountered during the pandemic, 51.9% of the respondents said they were fighting against the anxiety of contracting the novel coronavirus, and 42.6% said they were complying with various pandemic prevention regulations, including social distancing.
Seoul residents have also found some new ways to relax in their daily lives amid the pandemic, such as 28.5% of people who choose to walk around their residences.