After visiting Peru, Angelina Jolie seeks a university for her son in South Korea

After visiting Peru, Angelina Jolie seeks a university for her son in South Korea

Angelina Jolie, in her capacity as goodwill ambassador of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), spent three days in Peru and this week arrived in South Korea with the same objective; however, he made sure to set aside some time for his son during the visit.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have six children. The oldest of them, Maddox Jolie-Pitt (17), will soon graduate from school, so the actress, knowing the interest of the young native of Cambodia, to study in South Korea made a tour of various university campuses.
Maddox has taken Korean classes for several years and is very interested in studying in Seoul, according to the magazine "People" in its digital edition.
In photos published on Instagram, it can be seen that Angelina Jolie also traveled with her son Pax (14) and had a sweet family lunch after the tour.

Angelina Jolie was in Peru at the end of October with the purpose of knowing the situation of the Venezuelans who have migrated fleeing from the crisis in their country.
Peru is the country that has hosted the most Venezuelan migrants in the region. To date, 550 thousand citizens of that nationality have entered Peru. This figure represents an increase of close to 100 thousand migrants from Venezuela compared to the data of the first days of October, when there were 456 thousand.

        
        
    

IN VIDEO: summary of Angelina Jolie's visit to Lima and Tumbes. (Source: UNHCR / Roberto Villanueva)

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