Remote Learning in South Korea Becomes a Fixture of Pandemic Life


SEOUL—Chun Hye-seung, a 37-year-old homemaker, stays up until 4 a.m. just to get time to herself after keeping pace with her second-grade son’s homework and taking care of his younger brother who has yet to start school.

“It’s hard to know how long I have to adjust my entire life based on their schedule,” said Ms. Chun, who has been coping with remote learning since April. “It’s been very hard for me.”


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