South Korea is known for its fiercely competitive education system and with Green Mother’s Club, this aspect of South Korea gained the limelight again.

Lee Yo-won, Choo Ja-Hyun, Kim Gyu-Ri, Jang Hye-jin, and Joo Min-Kyung are mothers from different walks of life whose children go to the same class.

The devil works hard but Korean moms trying to get their children into top universities work harder.

It does not criticize but it has a suggestive tone of support for the system in the spoilt and recklessness of the upbringing of a stress-free child, Dong-Seok.

In places, the show also goes on to validate the problematic idea that individuals from the upper class are better than the ones who do not do that well

Chun-hui is the mother in control. She constantly looks after her kids and tries to make them learn as many skills sets as possible.

Jin-ha on the other hand is a high-end mother. She is French learned with a France born husband and symbolizes all things lavish and luxurious with her immaculate penthouse.