KSHAP (Korean Social life, Health, and Aging Project)

The Korean Social Life, Health, and Aging Project (KSHAP) is a longitudinal study of entire Korean older adults residing in two Korean rural villages. The KSHAP study adopts a multi-disciplinary approach, including brain structural and functional imaging, social network analysis, survey interviews, physical examinations, functional assessment, and biomarker analysis to comprehensively examine the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical health.

More information [Lee et al., 2014]

Public data [Link (KOSSDA)] [Data (English)

Data request [E-mail]

KCWIS (Korean Child Wellbeing Index Survey)

Korean Child Well-Being Index Survey (KCWIS) is a nationally representative study of Korean adolescents, which were collected and funded by the Foundation of Jungwhan Bang. From 2009 to 2019, the data were collected every year to understand circumstantial conditions and subjective well-being of children and adolescents in Korea, and compare with other OECD countries to build an insight on problematic issues and provide alternatives on them.

More information [Park et al., 2010 (Korean)] [Youm and Seo, 2011]

Public data [Link (Korean)]