About 15% Of All Toilets In Schools In Seoul Are Squat Toilets

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According To Data From The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education, 16,662 (14.6%) of the 113,882 total Toilets In 1307 Elementary, Middle, And High Schools In Seoul Were Found To Be Squat Toilets

Squat toilets have the advantage of being more hygienic because there is less physical contact compared to chair-shaped toilet seats. However, it has been pointed out that as they are different from those used at home, students, elementary school students in particular, may have more difficulty using squat toilets by themselves, so they need to be replaced.

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