In a small town in southern Korea, a family of three, including the eldest son, were born to the same mother and father, and were born into a house with one daughter and one son.
But the father died in a motorcycle accident and the mother had to leave the house to raise the youngest son, who is now 15.
“When we were kids, my mom and dad didn’t speak a lot of English,” said the youngest boy, who spoke little English.
“We were always surrounded by people from different cultures and religions.
When we were older, we started to understand more about each other, but we weren’t able to talk about the past, which was very important for us.”
The boy and his mother, who has not been named, have not spoken to each other since their mother left.
The boy’s father is the only one in the family who speaks English.
For the past two years, the family has lived in a house that has been converted into a home for Korean language immersion students.
The students, who are called “Korean” because they are taught Korean by their Korean teachers, come from schools all over the country.
But there is no such thing as a Korean-speaking family in the small town of Gwangju.
In the first half of this year, the students have been in school three days a week for two months.
At first, the boys and their mother did not speak much English.
But they have slowly begun to speak more and the parents have become more comfortable with the language.
“I don’t speak the language myself, but my parents are very proud that I’m a Korean,” the oldest son, Kim, said.
The family is currently working on completing a language study course for the students.
For Kim, the hardest part of the process is the language barrier.
When he is first introduced to the language, he feels like he’s speaking English, but he doesn’t speak much.
Kim said he does not have any money to buy a home, so he uses his savings to send the students home with a $100 bill each month to cover their living expenses.
Even though the students are getting paid, Kim said that he and his wife are struggling to make ends meet.
On a typical day, the student is expected to earn about $400.
According to one of the parents, the average student spends about 20 percent of their time working, and the rest studying.
Many of the students, however, have found it difficult to pay for school materials because the cost of materials has increased by 20 percent in the past year.
While the students live in a Korean household, the families are not living in the same home.
Kim said the family does not speak English well enough to understand what is going on around them.
But he and the others in his family are looking forward to the day they can speak more English.
“The next few years, when they come back, they’ll be able to communicate better with each other,” he said.