In South Korea, you're a 1-year-old the day you're born. Some want to change that

South Korea is considering changing an archaic aging law in which babies are regarded as one-year-old from the day of their birth.

Seoul (CNN)When giving their age to foreigners, South Koreans typically say two numbers. Their "international age," or the number of years since they were born, and their "Korean age," which could be one -- or even two -- years higher.

In Korea, babies are considered a year old on the day they're born, meaning that someone born in January 1990 is 30 in Korea, not 29. For those