The main purpose of the study is to explore the South Korean Educational System that represents Korean families, teachers, administrators and students through selected school-themed Korean dramas. It also discusses various factors that affect the educational system in their own culture, tradition, belief, socio-economic status, and society. The researcher chose these TV dramas because they are among the most successful ever made and have had a substantial impact on Korean culture, as seen by appearances in different entertainment news and magazines. Those TV shows are also available through all video streaming service applications available in the Philippines, which are dubbed in Korean, English, and Tagalog. Furthermore, the study investigates the educational system's perception of chosen school-themed Korean TV dramas. The researchers utilize video analysis which offers video analysis as an academic distinct analytical advantage, but it also introduces new conflicts, many of which have yet to be thoroughly explored in the literature. The researcher of this study draw on their varied experiences evaluating a wide range of video datasets to establish theoretical and methodological guidelines and heuristics for the video analysis process. Moreover, the researcher will use a qualitative approach analyzing the drama. This study will certainly add to our vast collection of books and expertise. The outcomes of this analysis will benefit future researcher, particularly those who will undertake studies using the same or comparable framework. The researcher only utilize materials and resources available only in English and excluding the Korean language in outsourcing materials and logistical time framework.
Raniel Billones, University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines