S Korean students face key college exam

Results determine which university they will attend and can impact on job and even marriage prospects.

    Hundreds of thousands of high school students in South Korea are taking the once-a-year college entrance exam.

    It is one of the most gruelling moments of their lives as results determine which university they will attend, and could have an impact on job and even marriage prospects.

    Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from Bundang.


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