3 UK Teens Attend Korean School. Can They Hack It?

South Korea boasts one of the best education systems in the world, but it’s NOT without sacrifice.

Curious about how Korea does it, 3 Welsh teenagers swap their classrooms, teachers and parents back home for a school in Seoul…

For three days the Welsh teens try to survive Korea’s pressure cooker school system to see if they can succeed.

Here’s a glance of what you’ll learn in this “School Swap” video:

  • Who will Sara, Tommy and stay with?
  • You’ll drool over the incredible lunch 1 Korean mom prepares
  • You’ll see 1 Korean teen with amazing piano skills
  • Why the Korean education system is the toughest in the world.
  • What a typical day looks like for Korean students and just how long it is
  • How long a teacher can take hour cell phone from you for certain reasons
  • What the punishment is for being late for school at the school Tommy is attending
  • Where Korean students must place their cell phones when they get to class
  • The single reason Sara is so popular at the Korean girl’s school
  • What’s the drop out rate of Korean students compared to Welsh students
  • What 1 Buddhist temple asks visitors to do so Korean students can get good exam results
  • What religious rituals Korean mothers will participate in so their children can get good college entrance exam scores
  • What the literacy rate was in Korea 60 years ago compared to now
  • How well the Korean male students did on the Welsh GCSE math exam
  • How many students in the class found the test difficult or easy
  • How Koreans rank in Math compared to the rest of the world
  • What makes Korean students so smart in certain subjects
  • What the 1 similarity there is between South Korean and Welsh schools
  • What 3 foods make the Korean school dinners so healthy
  • Why the Korean principal of 1 Korean school introduced a “sports day”.
  • How many hours a typical school day is for this one boys school (shocking!)
  • What drives Korean students to study such long hours in school, public libraries and hagwons (institutes)
  • What sacrifices Korean parents make for their children so they can get a private education
  • Why Tommy knows very little about English grammar compared to Korean students

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