Save money, lose weight with Korean banks

South Korean banks are offering special accounts with better deals for customers who lose weight.

Hana Bank sells an instalment savings product called S-Line, which means hourglass figure in Korean.

The more calories customers burn, the higher the interest rates on their deposits. If a customer loses more than five percent of their body weight within a year or holds a gym membership, they get an ever better deal.

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