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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

Surviving Korean Drinking Games (Part 4)

The next installment of the long list of Korean drinking games and chants that I (and many of my friends have learned) during our time in Korea.   클레오파트라 (Cleopatra) This song is a … [Read more...]

Visit Universities in Korea (Part 3)

In the first article, I wrote about the two best of best schools that I think. And in the second article, I introduced schools that are located in the west part of Seoul near Shinchon (신촌). In this … [Read more...]

Yummy Yummy!

Meet the World at Mangwon!

Mangwon (망원) is an adjacent neighborhood to Hapjeong (합정) and Hongdae (홍대). The neighborhood consisted mostly of residential area until fancy restaurants and coffee shops started moving in a couple of … [Read More...]

Korean Chicken Recommendation

If there is one animal that Koreans love, it must be chicken. Koreans eat chicken in all kinds of ways. There is spicy 닭도리탕 (Dak-Do-Ri-Tang, middle picture), and delicious 찜닭 (Jjim-Dak, Right … [Read More...]

All about Seoul

Seoul-lo 7017

On may 20th, Seoul-lo 7017 (서울로 7017) opened to the citizen of Seoul. Seoul-lo 7017 was a project that changes a road for cars to a road for people. The Seoul Station Overpass (서울역 고가도로) was designed … [Read More...]

Indie Bookstores in Seoul

If you’ve been in Hanyang (한양대학교) for a while, you’re probably familiar with big bookstores in Seoul (서울). Kyobo Bookstore (교보문고), Youngppong Bookstore (영풍문고) and Bandi&Lunis (반디앤루니스) are some of … [Read More...]

All about Travel

A Day in Nara, Japan

  If you are planning a trip to Osaka and Kyoto, consider adding a trip to Japan's first permanent capital Nara (奈良)! Located less than an hour away from Kyoto and Osaka, Nara was the first … [Read More...]

Travel on Subway Line Number 4!

Today I’d like to introduce some variable places to go by taking subway line 4. It was built in 1985. Line number 4 also built for maximize the usage of line number 2. Line number 4 connects from … [Read More...]