Back-to-school blues take on a whole new meaning in KoreaSome 6 million students in Korea’s K-12 educational system have been back at school for over a month now, after the nation took the bold step of reopening schools amid a global pandemic.
But faced with strict disinfection guidelines and online learning requirements, students and teachers alike are still struggling to come to terms with their "new normal."
BY JEON TAE-GYU [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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