Welcome to myHUBS.org

Thank you for visiting myHUBS.org, the official blog of Hanyang University Business School. This blog is jointly run by Korean and foreign volunteers who enjoy sharing their knowledge with incoming foreign students. Our articles will provide you first-hand information on campus life at HUBS as well as on Korean culture, people and travel destinations. We are looking forward to your questions, comments, and feedback!


All about Hanyang

My life as a MyHubs reporter

Kaylin It doesn’t seem possible but my semester at Hanyang is coming to an end. It has been a semester that I will never forget for the rest of my life. I have made so many new friends from all over … [Read more...]

My life as a MyHubs reporter

Moon Sooin When this semester started, I received an email from Hanyang University. It was about recruiting reporters for English blog that is supposed to be an informational blog for foreign students … [Read more...]

Yummy Yummy!

Mukbang in convenience store

Anna Lee I am sure that Japan is famous for having bunch of stuffs in convenience store. They have not only fast-food, they also have fish cakes that are put in boiling soup, luxurious lunch box, … [Read More...]

Recommendations at Korean Desert café ‘Sul-Bing’

Gayoung Hong (Alice)           Wangsimni is one of the hottest places for Hanyang university students to eat their meals. There are many restaurants to enjoy various types of food, from fast foods … [Read More...]

All about Seoul

My life as a MyHubs reporter

Kaylin It doesn’t seem possible but my semester at Hanyang is coming to an end. It has been a semester that I will never forget for the rest of my life. I have made so many new friends from all over … [Read More...]

My life as a MyHubs reporter

Moon Sooin When this semester started, I received an email from Hanyang University. It was about recruiting reporters for English blog that is supposed to be an informational blog for foreign students … [Read More...]

All about Travel

Buddha’s birthday

Sooin Mun Having a break from a tight schedule can be really good, especially if you were planning to go on a trip while staying in Korea. Considering how it is quite close to the final exams but not … [Read More...]

Hong Kong

Fanny During the long weekend of the Buddha day, I had the chance to go to Hong Kong and meet up with my friend from Canada.  Hong Kong exceeded my expectations by its mix of oriental and occidental … [Read More...]