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Native English Speaking Teachers Making a Difference

February 25, 2009

English plays an important role in Korea, but it can often come with a steep price tag. Last year alone, Koreans spent W10 trillion (US$1=W1,427) at private education facilities.

Now native English speakers have launched a non-profit organization called HOPE to provide free, safe and accessible language classes to children who may not have had a chance to be exposed to it.  The organization contacts care centers in Seoul, which then provide a room and arrange for class time.

Click Here for the Full Story (The Chosun Ilbo)

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