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South Korean parents look to future

Byun Mi-kyong has no idea how her daughter will fare in her all-important college entrance exams. She's hoping a fortune-teller will have a clearer view of the 18-year-old's university and career prospects. (SOUNDBITE)(Korean) BYUN MI-KYONG, MOTHER, SAYING: " I couldn't have a heart to heart talk with anybody about this but I can speak frankly about what's on my mind to him. It was a big help to me." These South Korean students are being cheered on their way to sit one of the most competitive college entrance exams in the world. A place at one of the best universities is considered critical to getting a good job. And the fortune tellers say they want students and parents alike make the best of their chances. (SOUNDBITE)(Korean) SHAMAN CHOI KUING-HUN SAYING: "When it comes to their children's education, if I give advice to parents they just follow it blindly for their kids. In my opinion most South Korean parents are devoted to their chi

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