South Korea’s economic advancement has allowed mothers to invest in their children’s education and leisure and their own relaxation. Photo: KUKI

South Korean mothers are parenting at island resorts – while their children pick up English

  • Overseas programmes combining leisure time for mothers and study for children are big business in the country
  • There is also growing interest in English proficiency, with a recent study showing more than half of job interviews require some use of the language
Topic |   South Korea

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South Korea’s economic advancement has allowed mothers to invest in their children’s education and leisure and their own relaxation. Photo: KUKI
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