Koreans keen on Coffs



If these 9- to 11-year-old Korean visitors are nervous at being halfway across the world from their parents they are not showing it. Spending yesterday afternoon splashing around at the Jetty Beach, the 38 young students are in Coffs Harbour to attend the English Learning Centre at the Coffs Harbour Education Campus. Arriving last Thursday, the tiny travellers will spend 20 days on the Coffs Coast, undertaking intensive English language studies in the morning and exploring the region's tourist attractions in the afternoon. Staying in pairs with local families, they will also experience the Australian culture, taking part in day-to-day life activities with their host families.



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