Korea is stricter than most Asian nations including Japan regarding teaching part-time and doing private lessons. This can come as a surprise to those who have provided private lessons in other countries; however, others favor the law, believing it helps to keep salaries high.

Arguments for part-time teaching / private lessonsEdit

  • dissatisfaction with institutes in rural Korea
  • locals tend to ignore the language mandate
  • subjectifies language teaching

Arguments against part-time teaching / private lessonsEdit

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