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Problems for learners in South KoreaThe english language is a huge part of Korean society. Billions of dollars are spent every year on foreign language education and the spending continues to increase. Despite the popularity of learning english, there are numerous problems that students of all ages face during their years of study. Although the number is high, this article will focus on three major problems facing Korean students today; the role english plays in the Korean education system, the differences between english and Korean, and the cultural differences of Koreans in the classroom. Let’s first look at the role english plays in the Korean education system. In my 8 years of teaching in South Korea, I have questioned many of the practices used in Korean schools. When it comes to learning english, there is too much emphasis put on test scores and student ranking. For example, in order for university students to obtain a job with a good company like Samsung or LG, they must obtain a TOEIC score of a certain level. This creates a lot of pressure and anxiety prior to taking the test. If students do not obtain a high enough TOEIC score, they will not be considered for a job position. Students are then forced to attend english