Many preschools and kindergartens have been closed previously in mild of financial and demographic issues. Korean kindergartens are non-public colleges, and monthly costs range. Korean parents usually send their youngsters to English kindergartens to provide them a head start in English. Such specialised kindergartens could be largely taught in Korean with some English classes, principally taught in English with some Korean lessons, or fully taught in English. Almost all middle-class parents send their kids to kindergarten.