Korean education vs. British education

As part of the extra curricular portfolio I was required to put together for one of my Korean classes, I decided I wanted to interview my Korean friend Eunju, who is currently studying at my university in London. I chose this project because it would entail so many things – writing questions, conducting the interview, listening back to the recording and transcribing Eunju’s answers, and then finally translating her answers from Korean to English. This initially seemed like a great idea, but I considerably underestimated what a difficult and time-consuming process it would be.