Majority of Seoul high schools offer Japanese

04/7/2009 | Korea Herald (Seoul), The

Japanese is the most commonly taught language in high schools in Seoul, South Korea, with about 90% of the city's high schools offering Japanese lessons. The popularity of the language is attributed to the similarities between Japanese and the Korean language and the availability of Japanese teachers.

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