When Kim Jong-un is a father, it’s a mother’s job

A mother’s career is her best chance to become the world’s top child-rearing expert.

But the reality for many women is that for much of their lives, the traditional roles of mother and grandmother are reversed: mother’s role is to raise children and grandmother’s role to care for the house.

And while a mother and her husband have to deal with childcare, they’re rarely alone.

“We’re the most likely to have a child in the family, but for most of the time we’re left to raise our own children, to raise them in our own homes,” says Kim Hyun-sik, a retired public health nurse in Seoul, who runs the website Kook-Nam, or “Mother in the House.”

“The mother’s responsibilities for the child are not being shared.”

When the husband is sick or out of the house, the woman has to step up to take care of him, she says.

But for many, her role is more subtle, in that the mother is responsible for keeping the house tidy, for cooking meals and for taking care of the child.

Kim Hyon-chul, an executive assistant at an organization that helps women in the public sector, said that when a man gets a heart attack or dies, the responsibility for his funeral falls on the mother.

In Korea, she said, women are expected to stay home with the child and care for it while they are away.

When the man’s family visits the home, the mother takes over the homework and responsibilities.

“That’s the real work,” Kim said.

In a survey conducted last year by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, 57 percent of Korean women said they were often alone with their children when they went out, and 46 percent said they never stayed home with them.

“It’s not a problem for many,” Kim says.

In South Korea, mothers have to be able to provide childcare, too.

“In South Korea you can’t go out alone if you have a job,” says Kang, who has been a home-care assistant for a decade and said she is often home alone with her three daughters.

“My children need my care.”

It’s a tough balancing act, Kang says.

“You have to have that sense of balance.

You need to be responsible for your children.

If they’re too small, you have to do things like take them to the park. “

But it’s not the mother’s fault if her child doesn’t have a mother.

For many women, being a mother is a struggle, says Kim. “

Sometimes, mothers are left to be alone.”

For many women, being a mother is a struggle, says Kim.

For a mother, her responsibility is to care the home.

“She’s a big part of their life,” she said.

“And she’s not supposed to be the breadwinner.

But there are lots of women who are.”

“There’s a lot of pressure in the home,” Kang says of her mother.

“I feel a lot more alone now.

It’s like a bad job.”

For a woman to take on a job that requires her to care in a home full of children is tough, says Kang.

“There are lots and lots of problems.

I don’t want to be a burden.

But at the same time, I’m very proud of my mother.”

For Kim, the role of the mother was never as big as she expected.

“The idea of a woman who was responsible for the children was never in my mind,” she says, laughing.

“To be a mom was more about giving back to the family.”

Kim Hyok-joo, who now works as a teacher in the private sector, was raised by a single mother in a small, conservative town in south-central South Korea.

She is now the mother of three children who are all in their teens.

The day she turned 16, she got pregnant and had her first child.

But her mother, who was divorced and now lives in a nursing home, told her to take the job of a housewife.

“Even though I was a young person and had a lot to learn, I still had to be an obedient, submissive woman,” Kim recalls.

“If my mother had been there, I wouldn’t have gotten pregnant.”

For years, Kim stayed at home and taught herself English.

She was a good student but she was also a woman with limited social skills.

“When I was in my teens, I thought that I was doing well.

But as I got older, I realized that I couldn’t do what I wanted,” she recalls.

After working for the Korean Central Bank for about a decade, she was offered a job in the banking industry, but she turned it down because of her own social problems.

“So when I decided to take a job, I decided it would be a good opportunity to have an impact on the community,” she recalled.

She had a plan: “I wanted to become a mother