Actress Chae Rim went on a tour of Beijing with her mother and soon-to-be-husband.
Pictures of them going around Beijing were posted on Gao Zi-xi's Chinese SNS...More
In 2006, Gyeonggi Province opened what was considered an innovative educational facility that offered English-language immersion programs that its creators hoped would replace expensive studies abroad. The province spent W99 billion to set up the English Village in Paju north of Seoul (US$1=W1,013).
Sohn Hak-kyu, then the provincial governor, said the camp marked a "revolution" in public education. There were high hopes that such facilities could dissuade a growing number of parents from packing up and heading abroad with their children in order to help them master the English language or spend huge sums of money on expensive crammers...More