Angelina Jolie drops son Maddox off at college in South Korea

Angelina Jolie’s son Maddox moves to South Korea to study at one of its most prestigious universities

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is making headlines as she was seen traveling around Seoul ahead of her 18-year-old son Maddox Jolie-Pitt's entrance to Yonsei University just a week away.

While on the Yonsei campus to drop off Maddox, Angelina was asked when she would be leaving, to which she replied, "I leave today, I'm trying not to cry".

"Angelina laid out a path for Maddox and a love of Asia, but she never thought he'd continue his studies in South Korea, let alone go to college there and study biochemistry". The "Maleficent" star revealed that she and her son have been in Seoul, South Korea for quite some time while Maddox is settling down in his new school. "[Yonsei] seems like a great school", Angelina told the students who interacted with her.

Maddox's decision to attend the South Korean college came after months of USA and worldwide campus tours - including a stop by NYU - before he settled on Yonsei.

A source said: "He got accepted to other universities but choose Yonsei".

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Maddox's choice to attend a South Korean school comes after he was spotted visiting universities there with Jolie back in November 2018.

"She knows there aren't much students from America", Choi recalled of their brief interaction. Maddox is very attached to his mom.

"I leave today. Today is the day that I drop him off", said an emotional Jolie, prompting many sighs from the group. 14-year-old Zahara Jolie-Pitt does not like it the most.

"She's so proud of Maddox", a source told In Touch Weekly of Angelina.

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