conditions may be basic, but the competitive prices and good education attracts many students from East Asia who want to consolidate the language before you go to
Jinju, often described as the most beautiful city in South Korea, is an education center, with many high schools, colleges and universities. It seems strange, therefore, a teenager from the city to leave their parents and studying in a boarding school in a foreign land thousands of miles from home.
However, this is what Cho Sang Hyun, 18, Grade 11 students at the Woodstock School in Mussoorie, North India, it does.
not alone. There are hundreds of East Asia, particularly South Korea, children enrolled in schools in India, the longing for food at home, while persevering in their studies.
And the reason for his extraordinary behavior can be summarized in what for them is almost a magic word. English
"A large part of Asia now sees English as an important vehicle for economic progress," said Bhattacharjee Abhrajit, development director of Woodstock. "Our ESL [English as a Second Language] program is a very important factor to woo students at school. "
Woodstock, located in the foothills of the Himalayas, has 63 students from Korea. It also has 14 Thai, Vietnamese, nine, seven and two Japanese borders of Taiwan, all attracted by the same dream: to learn English
South Korean Embassy in New Delhi in 1100 cases of children and girls studying in 43 schools across India. The number was even greater for three years.
"Korean parents in the world in their desire to give their children a good education," said Taeyeong June, a master bedroom Korean Woodstock joined three years ago with his piano teacher wife Mijung Park after receiving a degree in theology at Belfast.
"It is very common in Korea - which can be heavily indebted, but is willing to pay high rates of education for their children."
Whenever necessary and June Park, whose two children are also studying in Woodstock, give an idea of ??home in a foreign land to domestic and Cho. "For young people, the hardest part is the food," said Park.
Speech by Prime Power (PSP) is a property Korean English Institute in Gurgaon, near Delhi, which takes place three months of intensive courses for students over 20 years. Enter a maximum of 100 students from Korea, at any time.
South Korea today many of these institutions and, unlike India, they have English as their mother tongue teachers. But they are twice as expensive in India, have a very high proportion of pupils per teacher and no possibility to use the language outside the classroom. "Sometimes even private lessons at home can be a waste of money," said June
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