People might say big city is the better for children because of good education environment. The big city has many good academies. However, I think children don't need studying in the big city if their dream doesn’t require a good grade. They can also study with internet lectures like EBS. To sum up, Growing up in the countryside helps people make a state of physical, mental, social and spiritua
Korean put emphasis on ‘fast fast’
in Mongolia It’s not as fast as Korea.
When more than two Mongolian gather,, they have conversations and
They get to know the point (thanks to dialogue each other)
So, basically Mongolian are dialogue-oriented people
when they try to get Information.
First of all, you can breath fresh air. Because the development of the countryside is less than the city. so almost everything is clean and fresh you know.
Second You can lay on the ground look up at the night sky and see the stars for what they really are. There are so many stars that you didnt see in the city.
And You pay less taxes. Also you pay less electric charge.
You meet some of the happi
1. Definition of multicultural family
With each passing year, there are more and more multicultural families living in both Korean cities and the countryside. A multicultural family is defined as a family with two parents from different cultural backgrounds. For example, it can be foreigner who works in Korea, international marriage family, North Korea escaper family.
In 1980, foreign wor
Given this, choosing where to raise your child is a critical matter that can have long-term implications in his life.
Some parents prefer bringing up their kids in the city, while others favor the eco-friendly atmosphere of the countryside. Both settings have their respective advantages and disadvantages. However, I personally value the merits that the rural environment can offer to the child.