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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

The Binge-watcher’s Guide to the Netflix

Woo Joo Min COVID-19 stopped everything and also made people stay home. Some said only two industry went better post outbreak which is OTT services and mask industry. Netflix and amazon started to … [Read more...]

Bibimbap and Bossam at Hanyang Plaza

Donghoon Lee There are great places to eat at Hanyang University. One of them is the food court in the first floor of Hanyang Plaza. Under my experiences of having various menus at the Hanyang … [Read more...]

Yummy Yummy!

Sweeter than Sugar – Dalgona

Lee Sooyeon Have you ever heard of ‘Dalgona’? ‘Dalgona’ refers to a Korean street snack made from brown sugar and baking soda. It was a very popular snack in the past because of its sweetness … [Read More...]

Korean Narrative: Binging with King Sejong

Seochon, Gyungbukgung Su Un Taeh Kim Sejong the Great 1397-1450), a praised monarch with marvelous achievements such as personally creating Hangul was known to have a strong addiction to meat. … [Read More...]

All about Seoul

Korean Narrative: ‘Dang Dang Dog’ a Canine with 2,000 Years of Korean History

Su Un Taeh Kim As adorable puppies tend to bring out the brightest expressions with a cute essence among ourselves, they tend to be called in different variations among peoples, and culture. In … [Read More...]

Unique Cafe: Meerkat Friends

Hajon Lee During this rainy week, I was searching for things to do inside. In searching for something unique and interesting. I came across something called a Meerkat Cafe. Looking through the … [Read More...]

All about Travel

Parks Where You Can Heal in This Summer

Gaeun Kim As midterm week goes by, I’ve been planning to visit some spacious and large places to ride a bike and get some cool, fresh air after midterm exam. So, today I’m going to introduce and … [Read More...]

The Korean Demilitarized Zone

Lee Jung As most of you are well aware, the political and diplomatic complications between South and North Korea are still on-going. Korea is the one of the only two divided nations in the world, … [Read More...]