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"Education philosophy" of parenting stars - Choi Jin-sil, Chae Si-ra and Yoon Yoo-sun

2008/02/07 Source

The 1990s biggest female stars include Choi Jin-sil, Chae Si-ra and Yoon Yoo-sun is going to be mothers of school children in upcoming March. The following article is about strong educational philosophies of these stars.

# Choi Jin-sil
- Friends first, then study secondů oppose to send off young children to foreign country to study -

Choi Jin-sil's first son, Hawn-hee enters a primary school in March. Recently in an interview from a show called "Watch shows, watch movie", she revealed her strong opposition toward current trend of sending off young children to foreign country to study. She said, "Hawn-hee is a boy and he just entered the primary school. I personally think what he need most at this time is friends. I wish he could find good friends whom he could rely upon until he graduate high school and could share his life with". Choi Jin-sil holds a strong belief that making good friends is most important thing for her son at the moment. And she said she will only send him away to study if he wishes to study further in a professional ground or if he wishes to go by his own free will. With her son's entrance into school, Choi Jin-sil is making her comeback to TV dramas. She got the main role in MBC special production "Last Scandal" (Script written by Moon Hee-jeong, directed by Lee Tae-gon-I) and is going to be a host in a show called "Truth and Lie".

# Yoon Yoo-sun
- Importance of first-hand investigation -

Yoon Yoo-sun's son Dong-joo is also entering school this year. He's going to same private school in Seoul with Choi Jin-sil's son, Hawn-hee, thus Yoon Yoo-sun and Choi Jin-sil became a fellow parents. Because Yoon Yoo-sun has different occupation as other ordinary mothers, her educational philosophy is also different. For example, she watches her dramas with her son and explains, "This is how your mother works while you are being a nice boy at home. Thank you so much for being such a wonderful boy". And instead send him to English tutor; she takes him outside to carry out first-hand investigations whenever she has free time.

# Chae Si-ra
- No excessive intervention, a holistic concept of learning -

In the past, Chae Si-ra was loved by many for her innocent beauty in a chocolate advertisement. Now, she married a singer and entrepreneur, Kim Tae-ouk and became a mother of two children. Her first daughter, Chae-ny is entering school this year and her biggest wish for Chae-ny is to grow up with a bright and positive thinking. In an interview, she said, "I want to teach her many things and give her as many opportunities as she can have, but only within the range that she won't feel sick of it. Sending children to endless tutors is not the answer". In particular, by influences from her singer father, Chae-ny loves music and is talented in composing and writing music promptly. However, in order to protect her children from unwanted attention from the public and the media, Chae Si-ra spares words about her children.

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