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    By Reeta Chakrabarti Education correspondent, BBC News. to make our people happier Nam Soo Suh, South Korean education minister.

    South Korea's education minister has apologised after two faulty questions in the national college entrance exam left thousands of students. Welsh teenagers learn from South Korea school swap. Former minister of education Ju Ho Lee said it was time to make changes to the South.
    South Korean parents spend thousands of pounds a year on after-school tuition, not a private tutor coming to the home once or twice a week, but private schooling on an industrial scale. So anyone who wants to be successful really has to stand out.

    To get the qualifications to follow her dream career as a teacher she has to work hard she says, and besides she likes studying, and learning new things.

    South Korea's success is built on an extraordinary work ethic that has delivered rich economic rewards, but that's exacted a heavy price from its people and particularly its children. She says she would like to get more sleep but it's her job to overcome it.

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    The huge investment in education has also resulted in an economy that's grown at an astonishing rate since the end of the war with North Korea 60 years ago.

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    What impact does eating meat have on our planet? So we look into the ways to reform our education system, not based on test scores, but based on creativity and social and emotional capacities," says Prof Lee.

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    The government understands the pressure, and in a curfew of 10pm was imposed on hagwons in Seoul. She says she would like to get more sleep but it's her job to overcome it. Media playback is unsupported on your device.

    By Reeta Chakrabarti Education correspondent, BBC News For South Korean teenagers a double shift of school, every week day, is just a way of life.

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    As a quick test, a group of six teenagers - 15 and 16 year olds - from Ga-rak High School, Hye-Min's school, tried several questions from one of this year's GCSE maths papers.

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    They then went on to do some more questions just for fun. The relentless pressure means Korea holds another much less enviable record, that of having the highest suicide rate of industrialised OECD countries.

    In previous years, South Korea has been one of the highest achievers.

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    So we look into the ways to reform our education system, not based on test scores, but based on creativity and social and emotional capacities," says Prof Lee.

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    The relentless pressure means Korea holds another much less enviable record, that of having the highest suicide rate of industrialised OECD countries.

    Elsewhere on the BBC. So we look into the ways to reform our education system, not based on test scores, but based on creativity and social and emotional capacities," says Prof Lee.

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    Hye-Min is not alone. The relentless pressure means Korea holds another much less enviable record, that of having the highest suicide rate of industrialised OECD countries. South Korea has in two generations gone from mass illiteracy to being an economic powerhouse. The government understands the pressure, and in a curfew of 10pm was imposed on hagwons in Seoul.

    South Korea's schools Long days, high results BBC News

    These are external links and will open in a new window. She then takes a bus to her second school shift of the day, at a private crammer or hagwon, where she has lessons from 6pm until 9pm.

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    Her day is typical of that of the majority of South Korean teenagers. Is meat a threat?

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    She then takes a bus to her second school shift of the day, at a private crammer or hagwon, where she has lessons from 6pm until 9pm. The huge investment in education has also resulted in an economy that's grown at an astonishing rate since the end of the war with North Korea 60 years ago.

    Election Home Constituencies Poll tracker Cymru. South Korean parents spend thousands of pounds a year on after-school tuition, not a private tutor coming to the home once or twice a week, but private schooling on an industrial scale.

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    1. It's the sort of performance that makes education ministers in the UK and beyond look on with envy, and has them actively remodelling the curriculum and exams to try to emulate them.

    2. It's the sort of performance that makes education ministers in the UK and beyond look on with envy, and has them actively remodelling the curriculum and exams to try to emulate them.

    3. So we look into the ways to reform our education system, not based on test scores, but based on creativity and social and emotional capacities," says Prof Lee. Is meat a threat?

    4. Hye-Min's mother Yoon-Gyeong Hwang says she worries about her daughter, but they have no choice when it comes to having to compete. But it means long hours of study.