Try, try again. But after failing 775 times, perhaps it is time to rethink your plans. A South Korean woman has failed a driver’s license test 775 times. But is still trying, despite spending close to $7,000 in fees in her failed attempts.
Cha Sa-soon, 68, has been trying since 2005 to pass the written portion of the test to get a licence, but she has so far failed to get the 60 percent required to clear it.
“I’ve looked up some guidebooks to get a driver’s licence, and they were saying it takes at most five years to get this,” Cha said in North Jeolla province, where farmers on tractors or cows can be just as common on country roads as motor vehicles.
“It’s already been four years, so I might pass the test next time. That’s what I hope for.”
Something tells me that Cha Sa-soon would not lose interest in her iPod apps.
She should move to the US. She woulod be a shoo-in for a license in most places here.