South Korea’s infamous 8 hour Suneung college exam faces growing protests amid fears over students’ mental health

It is a crisp November afternoon and South Korea’s famous crimson autumn foliage is on full display as the large crowd heads towards Jogyesa Temple in the busy district of Jongno, central Seoul.Every year around this time, parents and grandparents visit this historic temple to pray for their children and grandchildren who will be taking the infamously high-pressured Suneung college entrance exam. This particular crowd follows the monks in prayer outside the temple; inside the temple another…

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