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

Militar reserve force in Korea.

Sooin Moon In Korea, every healthy and viable man must fulfill their obligatory military period. They must serve about 21 months and more, depending on where you apply for. After their service, they … [Read more...]

Say Hi to out Bloggers for the 2018 Fall Semester

Name: Kim Yunkun 김윤건 Where you are from: KoreaAge: 24 Fun fact or experience about yourself: This is my second time working as a reporter for the HUBS Blog and wish to share more with you guys! I am … [Read more...]

Yummy Yummy!

Seoul Friendship Festival and Other Events

Park, Jeonghun Near city hall, there are many festivals or events held nearly every weekend. Right before the start of a new semester, I heard the news that they are holding a festival there, which … [Read More...]

HOMESICK TASTE-BUDS

Kathy Pham              Depending on when you read this, you may or may not already understand what “homesick taste-buds” means. For me, it started by the third week I was in South Korea. As I come … [Read More...]

All about Seoul

Ttukseom Amusement Park

Kim Yunkun Hello guys! With a lot of holidays in October and with the weather becoming cooler, it is becoming the perfect weather for going on a picnic. If you wanted to go on one but was not sure … [Read More...]

Jongmyo

Park Junghoon Seoul has many ancient buildings. To name a few, Deoksugung and Gyeongbokgung are them, which are palaces built in Joseon dynasty. However, from the perspective of the people who lived … [Read More...]

All about Travel

Jongmyo

Park Junghoon Seoul has many ancient buildings. To name a few, Deoksugung and Gyeongbokgung are them, which are palaces built in Joseon dynasty. However, from the perspective of the people who lived … [Read More...]

Hiking to Gwanaksan Mountain

Kamari Koonce Sometimes living in a city such as Seoul is overwhelming because of how small it is compared to the number of people that actually live here. To put this into perspective, currently over … [Read More...]