Saturday, November 7, 2009

Takes Woman 950 times to pass her driving test

A South Korean woman is celebrating after passing the written exam for a driving license - on her 950th attempt.
After four years of trying, 68-year-old Cha Sa-soon finally managed to secure the 60 out of 100 points needed to pass the test.
The grandmother has spent more than 5m won ($4,200, £2,600) on application fees for the test.
Now Mrs. Cha, who lives in Jeonju, 130 miles (210km) south of Seoul, must pass the practical test to get on the road.
'Didn't give up'
According to the Korean Driver's License Agency, the 50-minute written test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions on road regulations and car maintenance.
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9 comments:

JC B said...

"persistance pays off, not sure how comfortable i would be driving around her if it took her that many times to pass though"

Akber Samnani said...

"Where illegal means of attaining the desired task has become the move to ease up the tasks, Cha-Sa has displayed that ethical conducts are far more satisfying then to adopt illegal departure."

daniel kh said...

"must be costly for her n probably the total test expenses could leaded to buy a car for herself"

Dan said...

It probably cost her more to do the test over and over then she would make in selling her veggies

Jerry Schumann said...

"I think that I want to be out of town when she attempts the driving portion of the test!"

Bob S. said...

"there's more than one me - scratches head! - well done Mrs C"

Andres said...

"At this point, you gotta wonder whether she just got lucky or she actually knew what she was doing."

Mimi Taylor-Rodriguez said...

"I'm sure all will feel safe with her on the road."

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