Cram Schools

After 8 am to 2 pm classes
Korean elementary school
children scurry in ten seater
vans to city cram school
classes in maths, science
violin playing, English,
Tae Kwon Do, and other
subjects sought by eager
Korean mothers whose
duty is to choose correctly
for their children’s education.

Three seventy minute classes
roll on to 6.30 pm as vans
continuously drop off and
collect the young students.
After 7 pm dinner and
homework under mothers’
watchful eyes the children
sleep until breakfast next
day and school again at 8 am.

In high school the days
lengthen to 10 pm then
on to team sports on
Saturdays. Parents and
grandparents retain Sundays.

Many high school students
unwind at computer games
late into the night.

Previously posted October 2016.

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