304. “Marine Corps” boot camp, South Korea

A lot of high school students were forced through a boot camp program so they could be better students when the new school year should start.

Korea FuneralIt is quiet normal in South Korea to punish students into becoming more productive using boot camps due to the parents redrawal from the task of raising their children when the challenges occur.

This time some of the students died.

The so-called “Marine Corps” boot camp which borrowed the name from the military but had no ties with any official agency allowed the students to partipate in activities supervised by people not trained for the task.

Korea FuneralThe result became death. It is an odd kind of culture. In Denmark we know that students become more productive when there is a friday bar on campus where the students can meet and create a social network they can use during their business career.

The boot camp doesn’t sound like a fun place to be as a teenager.

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Jeg sidder her og venter på at få overstået de sidste år inden at jeg går på efterløn. Ryggen er ikke god længere og min mand er faldet bort. Jeg kunne gå efter et skånejob men et eller andet sted er jeg for stolt. Jeg har altid klaret mig selv siden at jeg flyttede sammen med min afdøde mand. Børn fik vi aldrig, men både min bror og min søster har nogle som jeg har nydt at være sammen med. Min fritid går med at læse gammel litteratur og jeg er flittigt bruger af bibliotekets læsesal i min sparsomme fritid, så jeg kan holde mig opdateret om tingenes tilstand. Ja og så blev jeg bruger af denne nymodens teknologi med ekspertise på brugerniveau med hensyn til både maskinel og programmel, som de unge kalder hard- og software. Indtil 2013 holdte min blog til på Avisen 24 timers hjemmeside, men tiderne var dårlige og avisen lukkede d. 21 marts 2013. Derfor transporterede jeg alle blog-indlæg hertil og nu fortsætter jeg min skriveri her.

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